Is Unlimited Paid Time Off A Trap?
Megan Reynolds

If that happened at my current (soon to be former!) workplace I could see lots of people abusing it, but I could also see one coworker being able to take the time off he needs for travelling with his business school and still being able to go on vacation with his kids, or I would’ve been able to take a few extra days after my last vacation to stay with my grandmother while my parents were away.

If enforced properly, something like this could work out pretty well. If a company believes enough in its employees and its managers to enact a policy like this, I’d want to work there, simply because I would feel like they know how to run things efficiently.

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