Vacations’ Impact on Productivity and GDP

May 21, 2017 gildam

If you’re like most of us, you can run a sprint but not a marathon. It turns out the same is true when it comes to the working life of your staff. Adjustments to the traditional approach to vacation time can lead to positive outcomes not just on staff productivity but also on the economy as a whole.


What in the World? Vacation Helps the Economy

Fareed explains why you should be taking all of your vacation days. It will help the economy!

Source: CNN


Take a Vacation: It’s Good For Productivity and the Economy, According to a New Study

Not taking vacation time is a bad idea, as it harms productivity and the economy. Those are key findings of a new study released earlier this month.

Source: Forbes


The Case for Vacation: Why Science Says Breaks Are Good for Productivity

The first week of August is one of the most popular times for people to take off work. But it might just make us better at our job.

Source: The Atlantic

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