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Ready to Party? Why Fun and Safety Should Go Hand-in-Hand

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It can be tempting to have children be allowed at the party. You might want your staff to be able to bring their kids and have them socialize without having to get a babysitter. However, understand that if something happens to the child, such as a slip or a cut at the office, then you could have liability concerns to worry about.

Set Expectations
Consider sending out a memo before the party, at least a week before the event. Set the expectations of what people can bring and how they can behave. You want them to let loose, but you don't want anyone to go overboard. With children, it can be helpful to let parents know if there will be entertainment or not, as this could be a way that they would decide whether or not they will bring them. If you’re going to be renting out a bounce house or other similar entertainment for kids, be sure to let people explicitly know! 
Alcohol
Whether or not to allow alcohol is one of the bigger decisions you will have to make. If you do allow it, co…