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As the year winds down and the holidays are getting under way, many employers are preparing for their company holiday parties, which offer employees a chance to kick back and reflect on the year, says Sheryl Kovach, president and CEO of Kandor Group, a human resources consulting firm in Houston. While the annual holiday party is often one of the most anticipated company events of the year, it can also get out of hand if an employer is not prepared for the potential disasters.

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