Honor Their LAST WILL

May 1997
Workforce;May97, Vol. 76 Issue 5, p58
Offers pieces of advice to personnel managers in the management of terminally-ill employees who chose to continue in their jobs. Details on employees with terminal illness; Clarification on the term terminally ill; Creation of time bank for employees.


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