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Business, 07.11.2019 18:31, bryan519688

As owner and senior accountant at a tax preparation firm, ben is changing...

As owner and senior accountant at a tax preparation firm, ben is changing the work schedule of all employees, including managers and accountants, for the months of march and april, the company's busiest time. he is requiring everyone to work on weekends, just as he has during the tax-preparation season for the last ten years. how does ben predict the employees will react?
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