Bosses: Give workers time off for school events

Rosenberg, Joyce M.
September 2010
Chicago Citizen;9/15/2010, Vol. 45 Issue 25, p6
The article discusses the advantages of giving employees time off for school and personal events for businesses. Dave Reeves, president of Reeves Laverdure Public Relations in Boca Ranton, Florida, believed that in giving his four employees time off for school or family events, it would improve their morale and job performance. The author also considered that non-parents employees should also be given the same time off.


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