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Some Thoughts RE: Spring Cleaning
Posted: 2011-03-07 By David Wexler
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Now that Spring is officially here, it is perhaps timely for all of us in the Human Resources profession to give thought to items worth "cleaning up", as we move into better weather. I'm sure that we all have a list that we think about from time to time.
Here are some that are on my radar screen:
- Cleaning up our time off policies. These are antiquated, cumbersome, time-consuming, and at odds with many organizations stated goals. Government legislation, both provincial and federal, requires that we track and ensure that employees take earned vacation time off each year. The same legislation spells out the rules for ensuring that employees are compensated for overtime worked. Our corporate policies have been enacted, based on these la.....
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