Vodka Kick said its survey of 4,000 office workers found respondents were also wary of wild partying among men named Chris, John and Dave.
The company also said 7 percent of those polled said they expect to take sick days from work during the holiday season due to party-related hangovers and many of the workers admitted they are likely to attempt to kiss co-workers, flirt with bosses and sleep with colleagues after getting boozed up at holiday celebrations.
"The festive period is a great time to let your hair down and have fun," a Vodka Kick spokesman said. "But there's a fine line between having fun and making yourself look silly on the dance floor and in front of colleagues, so remember you don't have to drink a lot to have a good time."
Millions of Getty images now available for free via embed tool
NBC reportedly holds celebs hostage to Jimmy Fallon's show