Bullying in the workplace is unfortunately still widespread, and Christmas parties can be a big pressure point.
Most employees are vigilant about suspicious emails, but after a night out defences aren't always at their highest.
Inebriated employees can be a dangerous mix when out of the office, making the Christmas period a peak time for things getting broken accidentally.
Engaging in a mentorship programme can benefit you and your business, giving you access to latest trends, know-how and opportunities to develop.
In the race to develop the best campaigns, intellectual property rights can fall by the wayside, leaving businesses open to claims from copyright owners.
Sore heads after a party can be a big information security challenge. It's easy to accidentally attach confidential files or send to the wrong address.
The modern workplace movement has worked wonders for the work environment. But with office-based parties, the potential for injury is much higher.
With office parties in full swing, the festive season is a peak time for property damage.
Christmas is one of the busiest trading periods for many companies, particularly online retailers. But it is also a notorious time for IT failure.
Rumour has it that businesses slow down around Christmas, but this is rarely the case.