The Surprising Truth & 3 Myths Busted About Staff Aug

Have you ever encountered one of the following situations?

 Betsy, one of your instructional designers, has been put on bed rest a month earlier than expected to go on maturity leave, which means she will be on leave for 90 days.

John, a learning project manager, gets a promotion to a new position in October and there is currently a hiring freeze through the end of the year.

The business partner who stated they didn’t need learning support this year suddenly calls you and says they have an emergency training situation involving a new regulation.

Being the level-headed professional that you are, you decide to:

Redistribute everyone’s workload to accommodate the situation. Yes, people will have to work longer hours, but sometimes you just have to do it for the team. Determine which business partner’s project isn’t going to get done this year. Call your trusted learning vendor and discuss how staff augmentation resources can help support you during this time.

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