US Workers, Employers Test ‘unlimited Vacation’
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December 21, 2013

Via AFP:

Unlimited vacation policies, which have so far been adopted by only a handful of US businesses, have been embraced by both workers and their employers, who say the flexibility increases profitability.

At Ryan, a tax services firm of 1,600 employees, the majority of workers have not formally declared their hours since 2008, and no one keeps track of time off.

It's an exception to the norm in the United States, where most people work 40 hours a week and paid leave is not regulated by law.

On average, Americans receive two weeks of paid vacation per year, according to a study from the n...

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