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The Art of Leave Management – 1 day

At some point, every organization is faced with navigating a team member’s extended leave request. With today’s focus on employee retention, you don’t want to lose key people, but accommodating time off can cause unnecessary stress for everyone. Clarifying the intricacies of different leave types and addressing the HR challenges, risks and opportunities that come with leaves can be a real juggling act. The good news? Accommodating employee leave requests doesn’t have to be so complicated. Join us for The Art of Leave Management, where we’ll be exploring real-world, practical strategies for navigating the complexities of leaves, and identifying how to promote a smooth return-to-work process.

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