Huffington Post: Unlimited Vacation Policies Might Be Too Good To Be True

November 21st, 2013

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As a radical response to the American “war on vacation” and in a bid to attract the best employees, more and more Silicon Valley tech companies are offering a slew of new and unusual perks, ranging from errand-running services to organic catered lunches to unlimited vacation time.

The 300-plus employees working for productivity app Evernote enjoy not only unlimited paid vacation days, but also a $1,000 vacation stipend when they take a week or more off, according to the San Francisco Chronicle. Another tech company, Udemy, even took its employees on a “workation” trip to Turkey, where the team completed their tasks on a boat in the Mediterranean.

But is unlimited vacation time too good to be true?

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