Worst Office Holiday Party Stories

Worst Office Holiday Party Stories

[Editor's Note: World's worst office holiday stories. Who couldn't love that? The richness in this post is in the comments. Read, commiserate, laugh out loud, and then share your worst office holiday stories here in the comments! - Paula G]

What’s Your Worst Office Holiday Story?

In the spirit of the holiday season, it’s time to share your worst office holiday stories!

Did your office mandate your attendance at an 80s-prom-themed party on a Saturday night? (That’s a real story from the comments on a recent post about holiday aggravations at work.)

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Worst Office Holiday Parties

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