It’s no secret that the job market is hot right now. While it’s true that things may be changing as we get closer to a recession, for now, having benefits and policies in place that entice great talent and encourages retention is a great idea.
That’s where a workation policy comes into play. If your employees spend the majority of their working hours in an office, allowing workations is a great idea.
A workation is a way to explore new places and cultures without having to use those precious few vacation days. While the employee will still work full-time, they can do it from just about any location they’d like. It’s an exciting opportunity and encouraging people to take advantage of it has great benefits for you as the employer too.
Changing locations, scenery and environment is proven to:
- Increases productivity
- Increases motivation
- Promotes healthier team work
- Encourages creativity
- Widens ability to see different perspectives
When you talk to your team about making use of their workation benefits, make sure to share the challenges and planning things to think about as well. NextVacay has put together a great list of the top 10 best workation destinations as well as the below infographic filled with great tips.