Make Planning Time Off A Team Effort

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Delegate tasks before a vacation to smooth your team’s transition from work to play.

The holiday season is fast approaching. There’s no doubt you–and most everyone else on your team–will want to take some days off. If you don’t schedule these days off properly, your team will be left understaffed on some days. But with a little ingenuity you can tackle this as a team and afford everyone as much of their requested time off as possible.

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