Seasonal workers can be found in many industries, as businesses add employees during predictably busy parts of the year. But even though a seasonal worker will not be with the company permanently, a company still has significant responsibilities toward them, and will need to establish key organizational policies to deal with hiring, training, and day-to-day responsibilities. The ADP blog team took a look at some of the key policies that are required when a company hires seasonal employees, including screening standards, training procedures, and the importance of an employee handbook.
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