Post # 1
Hello bee’s I’m looking for some help here. I’m sending out my invites this week and there is one person that is on the “iffy” side.
I work in an office with a staff of 10. In April we hired on a new guy. He is the only person not invited. Should I invite him? I don’t him very well, but our offices are right next to each other and we lunch room chats.
Post # 3
Well, I’m not inviting a new coworker who joined the department in February/March, but that’s because I don’t like this person 🙂
However, if you have room and wouldn’t mind him attending, go ahead and invite him. If it will cause issues with seating arrangements, budgets, etc., then don’t. And if he asks (or gives you weird looks or whatever) let him know that the guest list was finalized before he started and unfortunately you don’t have the space to add any additional guests at this time.
But, since it’s a guy, I’m assuming he really won’t care one way or the other.
Post # 4
- Wedding: August 2015 - The Whitney
If you are inviting everyone else in the office, then yes, I would invite him. My husband wanted to invite 3 of his 5 coworkers. The other 2 are pretty hated by him, but I decided to give them an invite anyways and while none of them came, I think we did right as far as office politics go.
Post # 5
I would invite him. I work at a large story so we decided to only invite a few people and it has been a MESS. Very uncomfortable when people ask you about the wedding. A lot of them assumed they were invited. Etc. So, I’d say if you have the space avoid the hassle.
Post # 6
I would only invite people who I like & would talk/ hang out with outside of work.
Post # 7
I also would say to invite him if you are inviting everyone else.
Post # 8
I think it would be a nice gesture to include him and he’d certainly feel special – but you aren’t obligated to.