Unlimited Vacation and Other Forms of Guilt-Based Management
Johnathan Nightingale

My current company has an “open vacation” policy, where it’s stated up front that they expect salaried employees to take 3–5 weeks off per year. It’s worked out wonderfully: people plan their time off in advance and make sure they have coverage for their duties. Even though there’s no limit and no cashing out days, we still do track time off.