Leap year gets off to a flying start

March 2008
Personnel Today;3/11/2008, p50
Trade Publication
The article presents a humorous take on the activities which were undertaken by human resource (HR) professionals on February 29, 2008, which is a leap day. It is stated that information technology (IT)-support staff responded in an easy-to-understand and non-patronizing manner to systems queries. HR professionals got engaged in activities which were not related to their traditional job.


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