Unlimited Paid Time Off: Pros, Cons & Implementation

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Unlimited paid time off (PTO) is a simple idea: employees are given an unlimited number of days off. They neither accrue nor are they assigned a number of vacation days per year. It may sound crazy, but companies like Goldman Sachs, Netflix, Oracle and LinkedIn are doing it.

The goal is to give employees greater freedom and flexibility, potentially improving well-being across the organization and benefitting both employees and the business. Let’s unpack this further. 

Introduction to unlimited paid time off
Should HR consider implementing unlimited paid time off?
How to build a successful unlimited PTO policy
Examples of companies that offer

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