FCB’s holiday-party email to staff: Stupid Fun vs. Responsible Fun

Every industry is being rocked by allegations of sexual misconduct. Agencies aren’t immune.

As The Wall Street Journal previously reported, IPG-owned FCB Worldwide sent a memo to its 2,000-plus employees in North America last week that detailed exactly how they should act at parties during the holidays.

Titled “Holiday Reminder: Stupid Fun vs. Responsible Fun,” the note, signed by worldwide CEO Carter Murray and worldwide chief creative officer Susan Credle, said “Stupid Fun in the workplace” becomes “Regrettable Fun” the next day — which ends up, the note insinuates, in potential harassment issues.

Here’s the full email.

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