As Christmas looms closer, the Glasgow Evening Times recently ran a story based on the findings from our Christmas party research.

The study reported – amongst other things – that a quarter of Scottish responders said they were apprehensive about their work’s festive get together weeks before the actual event.

The findings showed good reason for this. 12 per cent of those surveyed admitted to confessing love for their colleagues. A further One in five planted a kiss on a co-worker.

Commenting on the piece, a reader named Hannah said: “…misbehaving is best kept away from work and enjoyed amongst pals. I have always enjoyed misbehaving, just not at work.” We feel she may have the right idea! Click here to read the full article.

Image courtesy of The Evening Times.

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