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15 tips for surviving your office holiday party

• If you plan to attend an office holiday party this year, keep in mind that it's still a work event. • The key is moderating yourself — especially when it comes to alcohol intake. • Take steps, like eating beforehand and eschewing business talk, in order to have a successful and fun evening. 'Tis the season — for your office's annual holiday party. Here's hoping your bash is merry and bright.
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