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In this video Brent Norling and Jamie McKenzie discuss how to reduce employee costs if necessary during this turbulent time.

During this time business owners need to be upfront and honest with their employees. Communication is key.

Most of the time there will be a willingness to cooperate so that people are not left in the dark. Whether your employees are on trial periods, casual, part or full time there needs to be transparency when it comes to reductions.

There are different strategies for different types of employees, here we discuss those issues.

Our team is working with business owners to ensure the best outcomes during this period.
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