“Vacation shaming” happens when employees leave paid vacation time unused because they’re afraid to take time off. But studies show taking time off is better for workers and employers.
“Vacation shaming” happens when employees leave paid vacation time unused because they’re afraid to take time off. But studies show taking time off is better for workers and employers. Bigstock photo
“Vacation shaming” happens when employees leave paid vacation time unused because they’re afraid to take time off. But studies show taking time off is better for workers and employers. Bigstock photo

Take your vacation! Being a work martyr doesn’t help

May 25, 2017 9:00 AM

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