Why employees aren’t taking vacations now, and how HR can help

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Employees again are forgoing their vacation time, new research indicates, not long after early pandemic worries quashed the use of paid time off throughout the workforce. Nearly half (42%) of U.S. workers report that they have not taken a vacation over the past year, according to a survey from Eagle Hill Consulting of 1,000 employees. That’s even higher among younger workers (50%) and lower-income employees (56%).

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What it means to HR leaders

The fact that large numbers of employees aren’t taking vacations is indicative of other problems that HR and company leaders may be wise to

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