Structuring Your Paid Leave Policy

Hulett, Kirk J.
July 2007
Journal of Financial Planning;Jul2007Supplement, Vol. 20, p15
Academic Journal
The article discusses paid leave periods for financial planning practices. One of the most attractive benefits for employees is paid time off, making it extremely important for managers to smartly structure paid leave policies. Financial planning firms must carefully construct paid leave policies to meet their business needs, ensuring that they have enough employees at work during critical business hours and have sufficient notice to cover planned absences. The author examines sick leave, vacation leave, and personal time off.


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