Workplace Word: January 2009 - Five New Year's Resolutions for Employers
January 29, 2009
It's that time again"¦ New Year's resolutions. Get finances in order, lose that extra weight, spend more quality time with the family""we all make countless goals at this time of the year. Hopefully, some we actually accomplish; others we may need to revive again next year. In that spirit, included in this newsletter is a list of five possible resolutions for employers. If you've made and kept these before, then you are one step ahead. For the rest of us, it is a good time to reevaluate, in an effort to get our "house of employment" in order. These suggestions can not only make your life as an employer easier (in the long run), but may eliminate potential problems before they arise and help you cut costs in these critical economic times. As with all New Year's Resolutions, this is by no means an exhaustive list, but includes items that continue to create problems for employers year after year.
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