Under the influence

Most business have a ‘no drinking at work’ policy (except maybe the occasional Christmas party). Whether your employees driving, operating heavy machinery, or just piloting an internet browser, part of the employment contract is that your people do their job clear-headed, not after a few gins. And yet, social drinking, after hours, outside of work, and with colleagues is still often seen as an ideal ‘teambuilding’ exercise – a way for everyone to get to know each other better, build connections, friendships even, and work together better as a result. The benefits of a ‘swift pint’ are


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