Ask any employer and even many employees and they'll tell you that “ghosting” is one of the most annoying things that can occur in business. We're sure you're aware of this term, but if not, this is when an employee simply stops showing up to work with no notification and then never comes back again.
The holidays have arrived, which means that millions of people will soon be piling into brick-and-mortar stores, while at the same time millions more will push online networks to the brink of their capabilities. No matter how big or how small your business may be, we bet you're doing something to take advantage of the situation.
With this added influx of customers, there's a very good chance that you'll need some extra help to take on the workload over the holidays. If that’s the case, here are some tips to help you manage your seasonal employees through this often chaotic (yet wonderful) time of the year: