Make the most of your next vacation by incorporating ideas from some of the world's most successful executives.
Colorado, Virginia, and Arizona lead the country in vacation days used, according to new research from Project: Time Off, while residents of Montana, Delaware, and Rhode Island are at the bottom of the pack.
Cost doesn’t have to be a barrier to using your vacation days. All it takes is a little planning with a dash of creativity.
Long summer vacations have shown to improve workplace culture, retention, and efficiency.
Decades of research show that vacation is a habit that's good for your health.
Americans are starting to prioritize their well-being and focusing on self-care. Here's how vacation factors into the equation.
Here is what you need to know about technology's impact on American vacation.
Does where you live predict your vacation habits? It might, if you look at Project: Time Off’s latest study, Under-Vacationed America.
Employees who forfeited time last year probably thought that sacrificing that time would help them get ahead, but the data proves it may have hurt them.