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Should Your Employer Pay For Work-Related Drinks?

A vibrant work culture often involves a level of closeness among a company’s workforce. What better way to cultivate this than to host social gatherings with workmates? While 56% of Australians have monthly or weekly catch-ups with colleagues outside work hours, 64% of employers are unwilling to foot the bill for work-related drinks and food. Considering a strong sense of camaraderie among
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