WIRTW #546 (the “Arrivederci” edition)

WIRTW #546 (the “Arrivederci” edition) Today is good bye … but only for two weeks. My kids' school gives them that much time off for Spring Break each year. So we are headed to Italy. Rome and Florence to be precise.
I'll be back on April 1 (no foolin') with some thoughts about what I learned on my Spring Break.
In the meantime, if you have any last minute tips on what to do, see, or eat in either of these cities, drop a note in the comments below.
Here's what I read this week:

HR & Employee Relations


Wage & Hour


OSHA & Safety

* Image by Gerd Altmann from Pixabay

[Author: Jon Hyman]

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