Business Insider: Unlimited leave is working so well, some companies are offering it fully paid

Are you looking to enhance your employee engagement and overall staff experience?

Annual leave, long stuck at a non-stretchable four weeks, is starting to open up for Australians. Until recently it has been rare for employers to offer anything more than the legal minimum.

Now there’s a movement to get a little more creative, add a couple of days here and there in the form of having birthdays off, official mental health days or just a couple of extra days as a form of inducement to come to work for a particular company.

Some even offer unlimited annual leave. That means the company just leaves it to its staff to decide what an appropriate amount of time off is.

That comes with pressure on employees. If they take too much leave, will they be seen as slackers? And if they don’t go away on holiday, are they not working as a team?

Anthony Mitchell shares his insights with Chris Pash and the Business Insider in this article which challenges all old notions of annual leave. To read the full article click here 

This article was also posted in the Sydney Morning Herald, The Age, WA Today and the Canberra Times

2018-08-29T15:26:07+10:00August 29th, 2018|
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