For many businesses, the fourth quarter isn’t a time for the faint of heart—it’s the busiest three months of the year. And as 2016 comes to a close, year-end deadlines and holiday seasonal upswings often leave employees overworked and stretched thin. The fourth quarter of the year is especially busy for retailers. According to the National Retail Federation, the final two months of the year frequently account for up to 40% of annual sales. As businesses balance the higher production in the fourth quarter, year-end projects, and holiday vacation schedules, we want to know how your company plans to handle the extra workload for the upcoming holiday season.
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