Employees must treat pregnant workers as they do other temporarily disabled employees. Running a restaurant with a key person absent is always tough. The challenge is especially daunting when an employee is on a maternity leave that can last six to eight weeks or more. How can you give your pregnant employees the private time they need while limiting the disruption to your business? The answer lies in smart maternity leave policies and procedures. Here are some guidelines for ...
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