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Article by:
Holly Hall

Posted on:
February 20, 2020

Revisiting your Employee Handbook

Do you have an employee handbook?

If you have more than ten employees, I certainly hope so.

But when’s the last time you’ve revisited it? What was good when you drafted it last decade may seem woefully out-of-date today.

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Article by:
Bridgette Klein

Posted on:
November 12, 2019

OK Boomer, But Why Don’t You Allow a Flexible Work Schedule?

[Outraged by the title? Scroll to the bottom of this article for an explanation from a Millennial about the usage of “Ok Boomer.” Just know i Don't Mean it as attacking a generation, but a way of thinking]

For me, scheduling and flexibility are everything. When I applied to Willory, I knew I was pregnant with my first (and only) child. I wasn’t applying everywhere, but the sense of family expressed on the website, and the opportunities to work remotely and on a flexible schedule were too good to pass up. However, I also knew I’d miss some of the in-person relationships, so I was ecstatic to find out there were regular opportunities to get together. The sense of community with our team and in-person guidance means a lot to me. I can emphatically say it has significantly helped me with my development in my role at Willory.

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