A couple of months ago, I wrote an article about Kronos’ transition from a traditional time-off policy to an unlimited time-off program (called myTime). On some level, I like to think of the concept of unlimited time off as Paid Time Off 2.0. Decades ago, organizations had vacation, paid sick time, and holidays. Then they decided to merge all these categories together and give employees one balance called Paid Time Off (PTO).
Today, an increasing number of employers are simply saying, “You know your job and what you need to do. Take off when you need to.” IMHO, it