• Dean Smith

Office Holiday Parties Bring Up More than Just Morale


An article on Huffington Post states that according to AshleyMadison.com, a site for married people looking to cheat on their spouses, you should be skeptical about letting your spouse go to their office holiday party alone.

A survey of 23,455 people with accounts on AshleyMadison.com says:

46.1% of men and 37.4% of women have cheated with a co-worker.

Out of these reported cheaters, 59.8% of men and 72.2% of women say that the affair started

at an office holiday party.

89.1% of men and 83.2% of women have THOUGHT about having an extramarital affair with a co-worker.

94.7% of men and 96.3% of women have confessed to fantasizing about a co-worker.

These parties “offer an informal atmosphere, and when mixed with alcohol and pent-up sexual tensions between two colleagues, it’s a recipe for disaster,” says Noel Biderman, Ashley Madison’s CEO.

Has your spouse elected to go alone to the office Holiday party, and suspect your spouse may take things too far? Do you believe your spouse may have become involved in an extramarital affair with a co-worker? Contact ICU Investigations to set your suspicions straight with the safest, most covert surveillance efforts.

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