The period between Thanksgiving and New Year's Day typically finds employees distracted, absent or doing things that require extra management scrutiny. For HR, that means more hassles, more drama and more legal concerns. You can head off those problems by planning for these additional risks and clarifying (or creating) smart HR policies. Four issues to watch out for ...
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