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

If I may, this is not about whether “unlimited vacation” is a good policy. As someone who was at the company that arguably set off this trend, Netflix, I can say with certainty that “unlimited vacation” is not actually a policy at all. I wrote about it here but the bottom line is if a company thinks of a “no vacation policy” as “unlimited vacation” then it is clear they view it as a perk to be given rather than a natural outcome of a deliberate culture. And it will be doomed to fail every time.

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