The vast majority of employees (79%) intend to use more vacation days this year than in years past, according to a survey by consulting firm Korn Ferry. Eighty-two percent also said they would check in with work less frequently than in the past. The survey of 620 professionals was conducted in June.
What it means for HR leaders
More plans for vacations is generally positive news. That’s because employee hesitation over taking time off is one of employers’ and HR leaders’ biggest challenges. Employees, for the most part, usually don’t take all of their allotted paid time off, and when they do