Traveling employees deserve a room of their own

12/18/2009 | About.com

Employees should never be asked to share a hotel room with another worker while traveling on business, even if it saves money, Susan M. Heathfield writes. "If you respect your employees, your employees should not have to listen to a coworker snore, smell their stinky socks, work around their toiletries in the bathroom, share the soap in the shower, or put up with their late-night work habits," she writes.

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