As the holidays get closer, people become more checked out at work. While the season is full of fun, it’s still important to end the year on a strong note at work. Finding this often elusive balance of work and play at the office will make for a happy environment as the year comes to a close. To finish out the year and eliminate stress during days off, we've rounded up four tips that will help everyone stay engaged at the office throughout the next few weeks.
For many people one thing weighs heavily on their mind during the holidays: vacation time. December will likely be the most popular month of the year for paid time off (PTO) requests. The average American has 10 days of PTO per year, along with 10 federal holidays. The end of the year not only brings up issues on how to handle PTO, but also how to plan for the next year, what days are rolling over, and if any time needs to be used up. This week, we’re breaking down how to navigate vacation time so you can enjoy the season!
Whether you’re going back to work on Black Friday or enjoying a long weekend, the Thanksgiving holiday marks an important time to express gratitude, relax, and prepare for the rest of 2019. Read below for five tips on navigating the Thanksgiving season as a working professional!