By Max Aitchison For The Daily Mail
Published: 01:16 GMT, 3 December 2019 | Updated: 11:00 GMT, 3 December 2019
Huddling under the mistletoe for a festive kiss is a staple of the office Christmas party.
But the tradition is at risk of dying out as workers say it no longer feels appropriate in the age of MeToo.
According to a survey of office staff, almost three-quarters would never dream of suggesting a peck for fear of landing in hot water with personnel chiefs.
Twenty one percent believe that any kind of speech from the boss is a no-no. And as many as 16 percent said enforced party games were tiresome and the same number said designating someone from the office as the DJ was embarrassing [File photo]
And it seems plenty of other so-called traditions are at risk in these PC times.
Almost half believe being tipsy in front of a boss is unprofessional and might get them in trouble, while 28 per cent insisted they have never considered using the office