Because of where Christmas and New Year's fall this year, some employees feel like they aren't getting the same amount of time off as previous years. (Photo: iStock)

Because Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day fall on weekends this year, employees are getting somewhat shortchanged for the holidays.

But it’s to be hoped that they don’t go all wild and crazy at the office holiday party, which, according to a Bloomberg BNA report, will be provided by 77 percent of employers this year, whether it’s a companywide event or departmental gathering.

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