What is the impact of unlimited leave policies?

May 2016
Employee Benefits;May2016, p11
The article offers the insights of several of several personnel management experts regarding the impact of unlimited employee leave policies to an organisation. Among the experts are Maggie Stilwell of professional services firm Ernst & Young LLP, Fiona Martin, director and head of employment law at law firm Martin Searle Solicitors, and Emma Hart, human resource (HR) manager at electronic commerce company Visualsoft.


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