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Advertising Feature The Christmas party pitfalls.. Michele Morgan Senior Associate - Employment Team t and his role, and accordingly the food and non-alcoholic drinks are avaloble at the party tsol party often peoviding the blggst headache How well pepared is your organisation? Micholle Morgan, senior emplbyment solotor at Gardner Leadr solicitors ansErs so common questions that she is askod at his time of year company Was vicarouly lable for this actions 3. Can an employer withhold the pay of an employee who has arrived at work what ean employers do to avoid peoblems arising late the morning aftee the company Christmas party? f an employer wishes 1o be atble to moke deductions rom employeespy in theeventWmployers might want s0 provide a couplo of tree hat they turn up for work lte the morning ater the compony Chrismas party. t should dinks for employees, they should remember that a free ndude the right to do this in its contracts of employment. An atemtive wodd be to ensure thot the employos in uostion have, in acdvance of the paty signed a separato dooument thar cleorly indicabes ther agreement to a quanable deduction boing 1. Is an employer responsible for what happens at a Christmas party? intako, is adveble to imit the supply of tee alcohol and ereue a plentu supply of low-alconhol abematives Poensialy. Baltman was a saloo manage Mr Major was the em's mraging deede in these specifie cincustances Besureto mesigate ther tenon to a hotl where they continued drining with rinks mainly paid f and torns.MrMi gotooss and ned start togethern a long loctre on for by the company Empoyers have a duy of care to onbyees and must consider how ty wt get home after work-related socis Another pocouse of action for the employer would be for it to make dleor to stal in advance of the Christmas party that deoplinary action will be taken against anyevents Thoy should issue advice in advance of an event abour not driking and ariving omployoo who fails to turn up, or tums up late, the day ater the Christmas porty and and encourogo stall to think belorehand about how they will get home. Employers could consider hiing coaches or minbuses to ve at set imes towords and at the end of the event, or providing the tolephone numbrs for local td fm his auphorty Whon Mr Bema questioned Major's docisions, eMaio punched to beliove that damage onsumption of alohol t s alor amployors to make sune that plenty of Gardner Contact Michelle Morgan Senior Associate Employment Team T: 01628 671 636 Maidenhead Office: First Floor, 7 Frascati Way, Maidenhead, Berkshire, SL6 4UY Telephone: 01628 671636 Email: info@gardner-leader.co.uk www.gardner-leaderco.uk L eader