Recovered alcoholics have to ask their sponsors' help with.
And bosses feel altruistic hosting.
It's the holiday party. It's back and those in the hospitality business assess that this year companies are investing $100 to $200 per head. Here is the coverage by Richard Morgan in the New York Post.
According to a survey from Challenger, Gray & Christmas, 89% of companies interviewed will be throwing a bash. That's up from 68% in 2011. But the good times won't be ripping again.
As lawyers know, there must be constraints put on the booze situation. Therefore, some companies will be allotting drink tickets. You will only be allowed so many times to belly up at the bar. Can your non-drinking colleagues give you their tickets? I wouldn't try that. In this era of liability-consciousness, count on the powers that be to post spies.
If your superiors want to act like they are cool, they will include lots of games and photo booths at the party. That's the Google Effect. Look like you're enjoying it.
Also, likely they will pick up the tab for Uber to take you home.