Don't tell the boss where you're going on holiday

April 2004
Travel Trade Gazette UK & Ireland;4/12/2004, Issue 2609, p32
Trade Publication
Comments on a research regarding the link between types of personalities and vacation activities conducted by ESP. Criticism against the obvious findings correlating behavior and personality; Agreement with the suggestion to keep vacations plans and details in secrecy from immediate superiors.


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