How to deal with bizarre employee questions

How to deal with bizarre employee questions

Part and parcel of HR is dealing with employee requests – some may be reasonable...

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Comments (1)

  • Shoobee
    Shoobee
    Mon, 10 Oct 2016 8:26am BST
    We run an HR helpline. We had a call from an employer once whose employee asked if she could take carers leave because she stepped on her budgie and broke its wing and had to take it to the vet. Poor budgie

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