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  1. (bismillah) (salam) Scenario: An employer regularly hosts parties, attending which is not a compulsion. Employees are asked to attend, and most of the employees do attend. Problem: A particular employee has a completely different nature to the rest, and different priorities too. This person does not like partying with employees, and rather likes to spend quality time with family and parents. As such, the employee makes every effort to avoid these parties. Questions: 1. How (much) negatively would this avoidance be seen by the employer and other employees? Would it be considered rude? 2. How must the employee deal with the employer to not give a bad impression, and still succeed in avoiding the parties? Should the employee talk about his different priorities with the employer? Or should the employee mask his views and adopt a more diplomatic approach? 3. What 'office politics' might the employee fear in this case? 4. If the employer does not compromise, would it be sufficient for the employee to attend a party once in a while? JazakAllah. (wasalam)
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