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Seven companies in world that give unlimited vacations

Unlimited vacations is a perk everyone would love to have. But is it really a thing? You would be surprised to know that such thing exists.

Now, there are companies which give you an off whenever you ask for and it is a paid leave. Here are a few of these,

SoFi

At SoFi, they realize how crucial it is to work hard and play hard. The company helps graduates to pay off their student debt and also offers employees benefits that allow them to have fun while at work and outside of work. Apart from the events that they organize, the company also offers gym benefits, a cafeteria that has everything an employee could ask for and the best, unlimited time off.

Virgin

Virgin also allows their employees to take as much holiday time as they need because they believe it’s crucial to productivity. Since they have no strict rule about the 9 to 5 work schedule, it makes sense that they didn’t introduce a policy for annual leave that determines how many days workers are entitled to. This means that there is no need for employees to ask for approval to take a day off and their managers aren’t expected to keep track the days they are away from the office.

HubSpot

A great way to allow their employees to gain control over their working lives was to introduce the ‘no vacations policy’. In fact, in a recent post HubSpot confirmed that this should help workers build their work around their life and not the other way around. Considering that employee engagement is falling – not rising – the company chose to invest in job flexibility, creating a modern workplace where employees get to enjoy a better work-life balance.

LinkedIn

Last November, LinkedIn offered their employees DTO – discretionary time off, which a policy that sets no maximum or minimum on the amount of vacation time workers can take every year. This was done to allow the company to create a unique culture that will give employees more freedom to do what they want as part of their work. The company even introduced ‘inDay’, a monthly event when employees are allowed to spend their workday on something they enjoy e.g. an activity or personal interest.

Chegg

Chegg, an education center that provides school materials to college students including textbooks and online homework help, also offers their employees lots of benefits. Apart from getting to enjoy good food and a gym, workers also get nine scheduled holidays and five days off per year for volunteering. On top of that, there is no limit to the number of days they can take off for their wellbeing.

Factual

At Factual employees are rewarded for their efforts and dedication to work. After all, what they are doing is not an easy job. In fact, they get many days to relax while still at the office as they can always enjoy a great lunch with their employees, or take a yoga class and take as much time off as they need.

Netflix

Netflix, the world’s most popular streaming network, currently has more than 2,000 full-time employees. Closely monitoring the attendance of all of the workers must have been difficult, so the company has decided to give their employees the benefit of unlimited vacation. The company does care how many hours/days the employees work; they are interested in what they accomplish.