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This Company Is Encouraging Its Employees To Take More Vacations

"Unlimited vacation" sounds great, but not if you don't know how or when to use it. So Buffer is testing a minimum vacation policy. "Unlimited vacation" sounds great, but not if you don't know how or when to use it. So Buffer is testing a minimum vacation policy. It's one of those mythical and vaunted startup perks, and one of the Buffer perks that tends to entice folks the most: unlimited vacation time.
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