Only last month I was writing about my most recent getaway. And we’re already planning a June bike trip…plus a mini-weekend excursion in between.
I’m fortunate that the time-off benefits at my corporate job are quite generous – even for part-timers like me. But they also have a strict “use it or lose it” policy.
Recently, a coworker commented in email: “This dog-gone vacation is getting in the way of my productivity.”
That gave me pause.
Do you take all the vacation hours that you earn at work? (And, to clarify, my definition of “vacation”, means you DO NOT: bring your laptop home, check emails or take calls related to your job while you are away.)
Sound unrealistic? Unproductive? Unattainable? Undesirable?
If you find yourself on the “lose it” side of your vacation policy more often than not, you’ll want to tune into today’s video. It will have you rethinking how you approach your vacation time.
If you already take all your days – kudos to you!! I invite you to share this with someone you work with who would benefit from this message.
I’d love to hear in the comments below why you do – or do not -take all your vacation, and how you feel about it.