time off

Any time off work is great, but there's a way to make the most of a break for self-care.
A day off from work looks a lot different in 2020.
Rest is important recovery for the marathon of a coronavirus pandemic.
A breakdown of why your body shuts down on vacation, and what to do about it.
Work-life balance isn't really possible under these circumstances.
An incentive like this may not be right for every business. What is important, though, is making the choice to encourage
Here's a startling fact: According to The New York Times, only 9 percent of the American population voted for either Hillary Clinton or Donald Trump as their candidate.
With nearly 10,000 boomers retiring each day, a profoundly different portrait of retirement leisure is beginning to emerge -- which many retirees tell us is the most liberating and enjoyable time of their lives. And, as I'll explain, money doesn't seem to be the primary key to enjoying leisure in retirement.
Vacation should not just mean a change of scenery to do your work in an alternative location. Focus on your life and disconnect
Certainly everyone's lives are busy, and not everyone can spare the time and expense to take a big, exotic two-week vacation every year. But that isn't all there is; it's not so black and white, and taking time away from work to rejuvenate doesn't need to be all or nothing.
2. Ask everyone who's anyone what they need. You can't anticipate needs your employer hasn't expressed--and you certainly
The tech company's also giving everyone a week off for the July Fourth holiday.