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  1. Great post! Having an engagement strategy would be successful in attracting and retaining the right talent. Especially in today’s changing work environment. Looking forward to your next blog.

  2. I have companions, particularly in the board positions, that can’t get some much needed rest in view of work responsibilities. They wind up losing paid downtime. The higher ups put such a great amount of weight on them, they can’t utilize excursion or individual downtime. I’m hourly and I would consistently take as much time as is needed off. I could never give my paid downtime up for the organization I work for as an editor.

    Excursion time offered by managers is likewise restricted here with respect to different nations. Here it is tied in with augmenting profitability… you can’t be a beneficial little working drone for your manager in the event that you are on vacation. A large portion of us are simply greyhounds hustling around a track until we outlast our most profitable years.

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