LinkedIn gives employees a week off to avoid burnout

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On Friday, Linkedin, the social network specializing in creating employment links, will give 15,900 full-time workers a full week of leave to regain their strength and avoid burnout, The company informed Agence France-Presse.

The Microsoft-owned company said the “RestUp!” Which starts on monday, It aims to give employees time for their well-being.

LinkedIn said that in response to a request from Agence France-Presse, “There is something magical about the whole company getting a break at the same time.”

“The best part is not returning to a deluge of internal unanswered emails.”

during the week, LinkedIn will offer employees who may feel isolated the option to participate in daily activitiesHow do you do humanitarian volunteer work?

LinkedIn said, “A core team of employees will continue to work during the week, but will be able to schedule a vacation later.”

Big tech companies were among the first in the United States to adopt work from home last year to help slow the spread of the Coronavirus, and most of them have yet to fully reopen their offices. Twitter extended remote work indefinitely.

LinkedIn doesn’t expect employees to start returning to their offices until SeptemberAnd he plans to make it standard practice to allow them to work from home half the time.

Microsoft bought LinkedIn in mid-2016 for $ 26.2 billion in cash, Enter the world of social media and add a new tool to your efforts to enhance business services.

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