- DOD's blog: Am I really that out of date? O'Donovan, Debi // Lawyer (Online Edition);8/16/2013, p7
A blog from editor Debi O'Donovan discussing holidays as a benefit for employees is presented.
- DOD's blog: Am I really that out of date? O'Donovan, Debi // Mortgage Strategy (Online Edition);8/16/2013, p7
The author expresses her supports to save the out-of-office autoreply policy because it is sending a good business message and all staff deserve a proper break during holidays.
- DOD's blog: Am I really that out of date? O'Donovan, Debi // Fundweb;8/16/2013, p7
A blog discusses holidays benefit given to employees is presented.
- No wonder they get all of the sunbeds... // Personnel Today;6/24/2003, p50
German workers take on average 43 days' holiday a year, compared to 37 in Austria and Spain and 33.5 in the Great Britain, thus making Germany the laziest nation in Europe.
- The Christmas Tree Question. // Public Management (00333611);Dec2002, Vol. 84 Issue 11, p2
Focuses on the challenges faced by professional managers. Peculiarity for local governments to face the question on the things to display during the holiday season; Balance between personal beliefs and legal concerns; Issues conflicting the emotional responses from the members of the council.
- Paid Time Off Increases. // Industrial Management;Aug66, Vol. 8 Issue 8, p5
Focuses on the increasing paid vacations in corporates in the U.S. Changes in corporate vacation programs; Shift in vacation schedule; Examples of paid holidays given on special occasions.
- Holiday trading is flex leader. // Employee Benefits;Aug2012 Supplement, p6
The article reports on the finding of Employee Benefits/Alexander Forbes Benefits research 2012 that holiday trading tops the list of benefits employers offer through their flexible benefits schemes in Great Britain.
- Almost any day can be a holiday for workers around the world. Walker, Ruth; Chaddock, Gail Russell // Christian Science Monitor;7/3/96, Vol. 88 Issue 153, p1
Focuses on the governing of public holidays in various countries. Trends in employee benefits; Average workweek; Labor contracts; Vacation days granted to employees in France.
- DO YOU LIVE AT WORK? Robinovitz, Karen; Velenchenko, Brian; Patel, Sejal // Marie Claire (US Edition);Oct2003, Vol. 10 Issue 10, p152
This article focuses on tendency of people in the United States to live at work. 40-hour work week is history. In 2001, 24 percent of U.S. employees spent 50 or more hours on job each week. Another 22 percent spent six to seven days a week at work and 25 percent didn't even have time to use all...