Summertime Checklist

Employers and HR departments that take time to prepare for the summer months may be able to enjoy them a bit more. Now is a good time to start considering the employee management areas outlined below to ensure a smooth summer. Think about how each area impacts your organization and whether any action should be taken.

PTO/Vacation Requests

Do managers and supervisors know how to administer employee requests to make sure appropriate staffing levels are maintained and employees are treated fairly?

Summer Hours

Will your company begin or continue a “summer hours” policy? Will it be company-wide?

Dress Code

Does your company allow for a more relaxed dress code during the summer? How long does this last?

Staffing

Are you a seasonal employer who should start hiring for the summer? Are there layoffs to be administered prior to summer? Will you be hiring interns?

Of course, the above is not an all inclusive list and each organization is unique. Think about what the summertime season means for your organization and get prepared.

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