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Oct 22, 2013
Ahhh, unlimited vacation. The new notion that sounds wonderful, yet ends up being the epitome of crony capitialism policy. It's a growing trend in corporate business, and it definitely benefits the company, not the employee. Without policy guidance granting time/days, every time you request vacation can be used against you (like in this strip), and without guidance employees tend to take much less actual vacation than if they had given days that they can take. Those who do benefit are the most Sr. Managers and their toadies.
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Oct 22, 2013
"Unlimited Vacation Days". Is that the new PC term for unemployment?
Oct 22, 2013
Thankfully living in the UK, there is a minimum work entitlement for full time employees of 28 days paid holiday, tho due to work benefits I get slightly more than that. That said companies in the UK are able to mandate that 8 of those days to specific days.
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Oct 22, 2013
Why does everyone assume that they are PAID vacations?

Knowing Catbert, they will be unlimited and UNPAID vacations.
Oct 22, 2013
CAREER : "Deep hole on the ground, that you patiently dig in order for the system to drown/bury you alive."

Promotion : "Illusive carrot (dreams of hapiness like pairs recognition or better salary) to keep you moving forward through deserts without enjoying the ride to some other green landscapes"
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