Here are ways to prepare your workforce for the possibility of business closures, working from home, quarantines and other outcomes of a disease outbreak.
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The SHRM Foundation is excited to announce the launch of its new guidebook, The Recruitment, Hiring, Retention & Engagement of Military Veterans. This FREE guidebook – developed for HR professionals, hiring managers and front-line supervisors – will help you better understand the value veterans bring to your workplace and how to engage and integrate veterans in your organization.
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Ways to prepare your workforce for the possibility of business closures, working from home, quarantines and other outcomes of a disease outbreak.