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The Importance of Paid Time Off and Vacation

Americans famously get less paid time off than other developed nations, and yet we don’t manage to use it all. While it may seem better to have your employees working than to have them enjoying their PTO, the reality is that you should want them out of the office. Taking a break is good for […] The post The Importance of Paid Time Off and Vacation appeared first on Evil HR Lady.
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