(Closed) including multiple co-workers

posted 8 years ago in Etiquette
Post # 3
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2641 posts
Sugar bee

That’s a tough one.  First I would say, that I don’t like the idea of no +1, if your co-workers have spouses and LTRs.  Have you spoken to them and they’ve agreed they’re fine with no guests?  If so then who am I to dispute?  And why tell the nurses no +1, but consider allowing the docs to bring +1s?

As for doctors, how many?  I also wouldn’t invite them without spouses.  ANd I wouldn’t invite just some of them, unless there was just one or two docs out of like 10 who supervise you.  (???)  If you work with them all, I’d invite all or none.

 

Post # 4
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1403 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

You should probably pick a “rule” and apply it to all your coworkers, nurses, and doctors to make things fair and avoid hard feelings.  Either allow all of them to bring a +1, or none of them.

If you decide not to let them bring a +1, that’s OK, and it’s not unheard of when it comes to inviting coworkers.  You may have one or two who’ll decline if they can’t bring their spouse, but most people will understand the limitations of budget and space.  If you’re assigning tables, make sure you have all your coworkers sit together, since they probably don’t know most of your family and the other guests at the wedding, and you wouldn’t want anyone finding themself alone in a crowd so to speak.

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