Sabbaticals Are Becoming Less Radical: Designing and Implementing Sabbatical Programs

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In this post-COVID-19 era of the Great Resignation and “quiet quitting,” one of the newest ideas for attracting and retaining employees is one that was usually limited to professors in higher education: the sabbatical.

A sabbatical is period of leave granted to a worker for study, travel, or engaging in professional development. Many employers, other than universities, are exploring this idea as a way to attract new employees, keep valued employees, or provide a phased route toward retirement.

Whether the goal is improving retention, increasing loyalty, reducing burnout, or facilitating increased work-life balance, there are some potential

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