Make the most of your next vacation by incorporating ideas from some of the world's most successful executives.
When it comes to improving quality of life, there is no substitute for a relaxing vacation.
Half the fun of a vacation is being able to look forward to it, so be sure to put it on your calendar early.
The rest of the country could learn a thing or two about vacation from employees in the Centennial State.
Have you ever wondered how much vacation your boss actually wants you to take? This CEO eliminates all confusion.
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.
Leaving vacation days unused has become an unfortunate national pastime. This report provides a state-by-state look at American vacation usage and travel preferences.
It's easy to focus only on the numbers on the paycheck, but many bosses are more likely to offer equally important benefits like paid time off.
A week of vacation doesn't have to mean a mountain of work waiting for you when you get back.
Most Millennials feel guilty about asking for time off, but the numbers indicate that a little vacation will help their work productivity.
Not only do Americans receive fewer vacation days than any other advanced world economy, but 28 million Americans aren't allotted any paid time off at all.
Most employees claim that success means disconnecting from work to spend more time with family, so why do over 70% stay connected to work while on vacation?
Let go of the fear that you'll look less dedicated when you choose to take the vacation you earned.
Most bosses aren't going to offer up extra vacation out of nowhere, but that doesn't mean you can't negotiate a few extra days a year.
When it comes to taking a much-needed break from work, small business owners have a lot of catching up to do.
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.
Companies across the nation are beginning to find that when employees use their vacation days, productivity increases.
The New York Times explains the rationale behind the jobbymoon and reveals the best time to take one.
The evidence continues to mount in favor of taking a vacation.