Don’t Let that Vacation Time Go To Waste

Publisher: Corban OneSource

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Don’t Let that Vacation Time Go To Waste

Taking vacations with my family has always been one of my greatest joys. When I was a kid, my parents would pile a ridiculous amount of luggage into the hatchback, somehow cram my siblings and I in the back, and off we went, singing songs and playing car games. Now, I’m the parent, and I’m piling my kids and luggage into the car and driving off to a faraway destination. The only difference is now it’s a suburban, and they have Tablets and Smart Phones to entertain themselves. However, I have found that now that all-American road trip or vacation isn’t as common among employees as it used to be. According to a study, in 2000, vacation usage fell below that long-term average of 20.8 days a year, and has been steadily declining ever since. Everyone needs a little time to rest up and recuperate. Burning out doesn’t help your employees or our company, so what should you do about vacations and your employees?