The annual office holiday party is a great time to unwind and socialize with the people you work so hard with all year long. Be sure to mind your manners and keep a few tips in mind:
Be Friendly. Office parties are a great time to network and meet new people you may not know from other departments. Introduce yourself and keep conversations light. You want to meet new people but don't get bogged down in work talk at the party. If you meet people who you want to collaborate with on work projects, get their contact information and reconnect at the office.
Punctuality Counts. Don't arrive too late to the party. Often there are speeches to kick off the festivities and you don't want to make a grand entrance in the middle of the CEO's welcome! Likewise, don't be the last to leave... be mindful of the time and make sure to thank your hosts on the way out.
Roughly half of the world population is expected to turn in for the 23rd Olympic Winter Games, in PyeongChang, South Korea which kick off February 8.
Here are some fun numbers you can impress your friends with.
This year about 3,000 of the world’s most exceptional athletes from roughly 90 countries will vie for medals in 102 events.
4 new events have been added to the 2018 games: big air snowboarding, mixed-doubles curling, team alpine skiing and mass start speed skating.
$12 billion have been paid in right fees by NBC Universal giving it the U.S. TV and digital rights through 2032.
11 – age of the youngest Winter Olympic athlete, Great Britain’s Cecilia Colledge, who competed in ladies’ singles figure skating in 1932. The oldest? Curler Carl August Kronlund, 58, in 1924.
$6000 – Approximate StubHub ticket prices as of January for the opening ceremony front-row seats.
Norway is the country that has won the most medals, winning 329 medals over the years.
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