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- Which days will be paid holidays in 2013? In 2014?
- How will you handle Thanksgiving, Christmas, and New Year’s holidays this year?
- Do you pay extra holiday pay (e.g., double time)?
- Will employees get a holiday gift or bonus at the end of 2013?
- Will you have a holiday celebration/party? If so, will alcohol be served?
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More and more, engagement and retention are the watchwords of HR and compensation and benefits, including holidays, are major factors. Please take a few minutes to complete the survey—and make sure you’re competitive.
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2 thoughts on “Holidays—What’s Happening? (And Are You Competitive?)”
Ah, holiday benefits. If only more employees understood that they’re benefits–and not legally mandated.
i dont look at being on bedrest as a bad thing. i look at it that i have a prize at the end. and this isnt for me its for my baby, sonhmitg i want so bad that i will do anything for. so i stay as positive and upbeat and smile as much as i can.