A brief break can revitalize your career

Farren, Caela
May 1999
Employee Benefit News;May99, Vol. 13 Issue 6, p36
Details the benefits of leave of absence for employees. Example set by Brad Zehner; Workshop offered by AT&T for its employees; Things to consider when assessing career choices.


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