Work to vacation transition Encourage your team to share holiday recommendations, anything from city breaks to long-haul trips, days out or cultural events. (Image: Shutterstock)

Are your staff taking enough time off work? Not such a silly question when you consider that over half of American employees who get paid vacation don’t take the full amount. Heavy workloads and negative workplace cultures are often the reason why people are reluctant to take time off.

What’s more, even if they do use their days, many workers fail to completely unplug from their job. According to a recent LinkedIn poll, 55% of those taking a vacation were planning to fully disconnect from their job, with 26% saying they would check in at least once a day.

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