LinkedIn is giving its entire company the paid week off
LinkedIn: LinkedIn, a Microsoft-owned professional network company, has decided to give its 15,900 employees a week’s paid leave. This holiday will be available to all employees next week. The company has stated that the purpose of the leave is to relieve its employees of all stress and recharge their work during this period.
Teila Hanson, an official at LinkedIn, said the company wanted to give its employees something valuable, and that the company’s management felt that time was the most important thing at the moment. Therefore, if the company wants to progress in the future, it is very important for the employees to be happy. That is why it has been decided to give one week paid leave to the employees.
Professional social network LinkedIn is giving nearly all of its 15,900 full-time workers next week off as it seeks to avoid burnout and allow its employees to recharge, the company tells @AFP pic.twitter.com/NyqPUc7yw8
– AFP News Agency (@AFP) April 3, 2021
The company has announced a week-long holiday for all its employees to relieve them of the stress of work and to take some time off. Therefore, happiness is expressed among the employees of the company. Now that all the employees of the company are on leave, no one will be bothered by work related mail, meeting phones or anything else during this period.
The company’s 15,900 employees will be on leave, but LinkedIn’s core team members will continue to work during this period. These members will then take leave as per their schedule. Because of Corona, the company’s employees have been working from home for the past year.
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