Personalized Numbered Row Biweekly Work Schedule

Form Description: One of the most important aspects of running a business is letting your employees know when they need to be in for work. While you can always try to do this by shooting from the hip, that isn’t very efficient, or very fair to your employees. Instead, use this Biweekly Work Schedule to help you pass on this important information to your employees each and every two weeks. Show the pride that you have in your company by using personalized paperwork when you can. A perfect example of this can be found in this particular edition of the Biweekly Work Schedule. This edition has been created so that you can personalize it to your specific company, including all your contact information. Definitely a huge help when you are dealing with new hires. It can sometimes be a little confusing putting your employees down on the schedule, and trying to remember which line is theirs. This particular edition of the Biweekly Work Schedule has numbered rows which should make it a little easier in referencing the information that you put onto it.

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