What is a Sabbatical Leave Policy? Things to Consider 

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Your work schedule can get so packed, some days there are not spare minutes for breaks—much less the time to focus on building skills and experiences that can improve your job and even career. What you need may be a sabbatical.

Unlike vacations, sabbaticals allow employees to pursue enriching activities that benefit their career paths and their employers. Employees who take sabbaticals come back to work re-charged and ready to focus on the big picture. Implementing a sabbatical leave policy could be a game-changer for your company.

What’s Sabbatical Leave?

Sabbatical leave is an extended leave granted to a worker for study or travel. Traditionally, sabbaticals were taken by university professors, could last up to a year and be paid. Today, other industries, even construction, have adopted these policies and have

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