Seven Tips on the Value of Vacations

I am on vacation.  In the meantime I have reached back into the archives to find a post on the value of vacations. This, now edited version, originally appeared on July 4, 2012. We are coming into the vacation season. I am a big believer in vacations. I always came back fully recharged so I personally …

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Vacation time is here: A revisit to the value of vacations

The Fourth of July was yesterday. Many American workers are on vacation this week because they get a full week off while only expending four days of vacation time. There is a great deal of value in taking vacation. According to Elizabeth Scott, M.S., in The Importance of Vacations, for Stress Relief, Productivity and Health there are …

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Seven Tips on the Value of Vacations

  This is being published on the 4th of July, the day the U.S. celebrates its independence. This is also the vacation season. I am a big believer in vacations. Unfortunately the last one I had was a two week vacation in Greece. It was wonderful. I came back fully recharged so I personally know …

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Unlimited Vacation: Will It Work For Your Company?

I think most if not all employees would love to work for a company where they had unlimited vacation. What a great benefit, it would certainly make it easier to recruit employees. More and more articles are appearing in business magazines and blogs touting unlimited vacation time. The question is, will it work for your …

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Carnival of HR April Edition and Other Stuff Too

In case you missed it the Fistful of Talent blog site posted the April version of the Carnival of HR. Great reading in human resources all in one place. On April 5th Dan McCarthy will host the Leadership Carnival at his blog Great Leadership. I will have a post in there as well. Good reading …

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