ought to I ask a workers member why he’s not going to our vacation dinner?
A reader writes:
I want your assistance on a difficult vacation occasion state of affairs. I not too long ago despatched out invites to our 20-person workers for a three-course vacation dinner. I first verbally surveyed our workers to ensure the restaurant selection wasn’t going to exclude anybody. I obtained a lot pleasure and no negativity.
Now that RSVP’s are due, one workers member is saying he isn’t going to go. This workers member is our most quiet, shy builders, and I need him to really feel included in our workers vacation celebrations. What do I do right here? Ought to I ask him if he’s not coming as a result of restaurant selection? Ought to I go away or not it’s? Ought to I modify the place we’re going?
I reply this query — and 4 others — over at Inc. at this time, the place I’m revisiting letters which were buried within the archives right here from years in the past (and typically updating/increasing my solutions to them). You can learn it right here.
Different questions I’m answering there at this time embrace:
- Worker needs to return an organization raffle reward
- Giving a present to my direct report however nobody else
- How do I downscale our vacation celebration?
- Is our Secret Santa too costly?