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In order to make a holiday event inclusive for everyone, companies can come up with ways to celebrate and have fun together.
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Just being invited to the party is not enough. Many companies inadvertently make remote employees feel like second-class citizens. When organizing company events, they do not consider the logistical problems their remote employees face, such as plane tickets and hotel costs.
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