With only a week until Thanksgiving, it’s time to start planning for the holidays (if you haven’t already). The holiday season is filled with opportunities to celebrate and thank employees for their hard work. But those opportunities can turn into headaches if you aren’t careful. That’s why this post is the first in a series of articles meant to help you avoid mistakes that can ruin holiday cheer.
Over the next two months, you will see articles on topics from minimizing risks of the holiday office party, conflicting time-off requests, reasonable religious accommodations, conducting a New Year’s review, and holiday bonuses that can cause problems with an employee’s rate of pay.
To start you off, here is a list of all the past holiday-related Hero Line articles:
- Holidays in the workplace: How to navigate the tricky intersection of religion, celebration, and bonuses (White Paper)
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