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As everyone gears up for the festive period, holidays can become a thorny problem.


Many employees will want to take extended time off to be with friends and family or travel away on holiday - but organisations will vary between closing down for the entire period to wanting 'all hands on deck' during their busiest period.

How time off is organised and communicated to employees can prove crucial to the smooth-running of organisations over Christmas time.

In December's Croner Solutions - available FREE to IoIC members - employment advisor Pritika Solanki looks at the problems facing employers in balancing staff levels with annual leave requests.

Other issues covered in this edition include:

  • Ethical audits and sustainable trade
  • How to manage 'heat of the moment' resignations
  • Entitlement to backdated pension benefits
  • The deadline for ESOS (Energy Saving Opportunity Scheme), and
  • Exemption from safety laws for turban-wearing Sikhs.

Institute members can download their free copy of December's Croner Solutions here
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