What do I do about my reservist employee?

July 2009
People Management;7/30/2009, Vol. 15 Issue 16, p30
The article offers tips to employers on dealing with a reservist employee in Great Britain. Employers will benefit from the training given to reservists, which helps to develop skills and qualities such as leadership, teamwork and initiative. If an employee is chosen for mobilised service, the employer and employee can apply for the mobilisation to be postponed or cancelled if their absence will cause serious harm to the business.


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