The Limits Of Vacation

Organizations may try to reduce burnout through policy and workplace changes, but in many cases the task will fall on individual employees. This article by London-based reporter Jenny Gross outlines how to make vacation time as restorative as possible.

Companies that want to retain talent are looking for ways to reduce burnout, which can lead to reduced productivity and higher turnover. One strategy they’ve embraced is encouraging — or in some cases, forcing — employees to take vacation.

Firms including the networking company LinkedIn, the dating app company Bumble, and the financial software . . .

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