6 things to say in your year-end employee message

12/2/2013 | SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Leadership

The holiday season offers the perfect opportunity for bosses to share thoughts on the company's successes and direction, writes Linda Beheler. Such communications should make sure to thank employees and tell them to have a good end-of-year break. "Some employees feel they need permission to enjoy a holiday or even take time off. Others see it as proof that management does, indeed, have a heart," Beheler writes.

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