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The ‘Workcation’ Must End, Even Though 17% of Your Employees Take Them

I had to gasp when heard this stat. A new survey by West Unified Communications found that about one out of every five employees who say they took a vacation actually spent the time working. It’s a terrible lie because it means those employees are not taking the break they need, they are “secretly” checking...
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