With Thanksgiving falling on November 28 in 2019, the holiday season is a short three weeks this year. All the competing social obligations will be squeezed into the first two weekends (folks will be taking off for family visits by the third weekend), so there are fewer options for scheduling your annual company holiday party.
For your office party planner, this can make finding a December date a challenge. It will be difficult to coordinate a day that allows most of your employees to attend. And the point of the party is to gather everyone together to celebrate the year’s successes. This is why corporate event managers are taking another look at when to plan their holiday event.

Schedule a Mid-Week or January Holiday Party

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