Question: “Due to the economy, we are looking for ways to host a cost-effective holiday party for our employees. In the past, we have been accustomed to nice venues with large scale professional entertainment, open bar and a nice dinner buffet for our employees and their spouses (about 135 people). We have three offices and have provided hotels for those who have driven in from other parts of the state. Should we host a party for employees only? Change bar service to three complimentary drinks only? Consider appetizers vs. a sit-down buffet style dinner? Consider giving employees gift cards and skip the party? “ — Rhonda
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