As summer approaches, like every year, the burning question of holidays will arise, a source of tension within a team.
Who's leaving in July?
Who leaves in August?
The tone can quickly rise and the negotiation turns into a rat race, especially to snatch the most popular period: mid-July to mid-August.
Everyone puts forward their arguments: a rental taken a long time, tickets reserved for months, the need to assist a parent, to join their spouse abroad, the desire to be able to breathe before a busy start of the school year... Everyone has a good argument to impose his choice.
In the middle of the fray
Managers are in the middle of the fray, in the role of arbiter: on the one hand, they want to satisfy as many employees as possible;
on the other, they have to make sure that there are still enough people in the department to run the shop.
Better to have balancing skills.
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