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Tis the season to keep that office holiday party from adding to the list of workplace sexual misconduct scandals.According to a survey by Chicago-based consulting company Challenger, Gray & Christmas, only 49 percent of companies plan to serve alcohol at their holiday events.Last year that number was 62 percent, the highest number in the decade the firm has run its survey.The Huffington Post reported Friday that Vox Media, which runs sites including Vox and Recode, won't have an open bar this year at its holiday party and will instead give employees two tickets they can redeem for drinks.The Challenger, Gray & Christmas survey shows that about 80 percent of companies will have a holiday party, the same as last year.Yost said he's not making changes to his group's event either. He added that companies concerned about sexual misconduct need to look further than the holiday party.
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