The idea that there are many people who have it harder than you is pretty bad. I'll tell you the end result of being paralyzed in thinking by corporate livestock.

Workplace drinking parties are painful/annoying, aren't they? It just depends on the members (one woman's experience).

Drinking is painful. work
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I read an article on the Internet with a title like "Percentage of people who don't want to go to year-end parties, 70% and 80%.

I do think that the world is like that, but looking back on my own experience, I think it depends on the person. After all.

Oh, the black company drinking sessions were seriously painful. This is for sure.

But afterwards, when I was working as a company laborer, the drinking sessions were interesting.

I will share my thoughts as a person with actual experience and as a woman.

I totally understand the feeling of "I don't want to join the drinking party" or "the drinking party is a pain in the ass..."

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Workplace Drinking Experiences

There were times when drinking at work was a pain and times when it wasn't.

I'll tell you separately what each situation was like.

When drinking at work was painful.

The company I joined as a new graduate, we had a lot of drinking parties. Yes, you knowBlack company I left after 5 months.Story in.

I was in the sales department, so I was practically forced to participate in the drinking culture. I was practically forced to participate in it. It was an athletic-type drinking party. As you can imagine.

I laugh when I first start a general drinking party with the entire sales department. Newcomers lined up at the entrance of the bar and bailed. It's called "welcoming them. It really makes me laugh.

At the time, I was mysteriously enjoying the freshness of "This is a drinking party for working people?" but looking back now, I think it's useless. A mysterious custom.

There were also drinking parties after company events, drinking parties invited by seniors who liked to drink, and so on. There was no mercy even on weekdays.

I was ready to drink even after work at 9:00 p.m.

One of the seniors who liked to drink said, "Let's go," and invited the seniors. The seniors were so excited that they wanted to go home right away. They wanted to go home right away.

In this company, I found drinking with my seniors painful, but I enjoyed drinking with my peers. That's because we had a lot of hardships and joys together. It was a good way to relax and relieve stress.

What I don't like about drinking with my seniors is that it's not productive, and it's hard to find something to talk about. They tell me endless stories of their saga and hardships, like, "When I was a newcomer.

"Is it really necessary to say that to those of us who are still working today?" "Is that a method that works in this day and age? I thought many times in my mind.

You could tell by the atmosphere whether they were bragging, reminiscing, or just thinking of us. That was totally reminiscing.


If we were talking about work, we would still have something in common, but gradually some of the seniors would get drunk and develop a cute personality.

They make you attend a drinking party to see your senior's transformation? It was really painful. I just wanted to go home as soon as possible.

Moreover, there was an unspoken atmosphere of women sharing food and spoon-feeding alcohol. I couldn't resist. I couldn't resist. I'm talking about it now, but I couldn't resist. It was my fault for not saying I didn't want to do it.

When I had a good time drinking at work.

When I left that black company and went to work for a certain company in dots.

I was able to build a great and easy relationship there (as it turned out, it was blacked out there, too). Many people were friendly and frank.

Unlike the company I worked for before, I was free in many ways. You can wear whatever you want, you can eat snacks during work, and break times are set by each person.

Was it easy to build a relatively relaxed relationship? Was it an easy place to work?

And there were a lot of drinking parties there, too.

The amount of work entrusted to each of us was enormous, and we were all feeling a certain amount of stress. That's why there are so many drinking parties.

So, on Friday nights, we have a drink with our good friends. Friday night, we drink with our good friends. with a lot of tension.

It was fun. Because it was a group of guys that I was comfortable with. I was in a chick position. I was happy to go along with them.

It was one of those moments when I truly thought, "Oh 、、、、 I thought workplace drinking would be a pain, but that depends on the person."

And, of course, we wouldn't stand in front of the store to greet you! LOL!

Drinking alone won't change your life.

I hear people say things like, "You hate drinking," or "You're missing out on life," but I'm negative about those opinions.

Because I believe that there are many people in this world who are happy without drinking or participating in drinking parties.

I don't even know what the criteria for loss is for me. I mean, I don't care if I lose money, I'll put my "I don't want to go" feelings first.

I have reached a point where I don't care what people think of me anymore, so I don't even consider drinking parties to be that important. I don't even think drinking sessions are that important.

Because drinking sessions are essentially outside of work hours, and I wonder if this kind of thing helps one's career advancement. But on the other hand, I don't want to work for a company where drinking meetings can make or break my career.

If I'm going to be evaluated, I want to be evaluated elsewhere.

You are free to join or not to join the drinking party.

In the first place, we are free to go to a drinking party or not.

But it is hard to say no... I think such an atmosphere prevails. That was the case in my past.

Although I believe that more and more newcomers are not participating in drinking parties these days, or even not attending them every year, as it can be considered power harassment to invite them excessively to a drinking party.

The level of pain from drinking parties at work seriously depends on the members, so I hope that forced participation in drinking parties will be eradicated and it will become natural that those who want to go will go.

I also hope that the trend toward a free atmosphere for company drinking parties will accelerate to the point where words such as "drinking is cost-effective" and "productivity" will no longer be used. A wish.

It's not that drinking itself is evil.

Then, voices such as "I don't want to go to a drinking party to the point of death" or "I wish drinking parties would stop" would stop in the first place.

That's the kind of lamentation that comes from a forced standing.

I thought to myself, "I'm not sure what I'm going to do now.

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