Dear Greg, My executive team wants me to implement an unlimited-vacation-time policy at my company because everyone says that’s what all the cool companies are doing. But how do you police such a policy? How much is appropriate, and what is considered abuse of the system? I would prefer to just give everyone six weeks’...
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JULY 09, 2013
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DOMESTIC LIMITED LIABILITY COMPANY
2013 - MASTERING MY MISTAKES UNLIMITED LLC
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