Vacations Are Good For Employees—and the Company’s Bottom Line

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Earlier this week, I was speaking with a friend in HR. She said an employee at her company just gave two weeks notice. The employee had 200 hours of unused vacation that the company now had to pay out. That’s one heck of a parting gift. 

This massive vacation rollover means the employee didn’t use all of her vacation time in 2019 and hadn’t taken any in 2020 either. She found a new job—probably because she’s stressed out and feels burned out—and now the old company has to not only pay out five weeks of vacation time, but also rack up

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