Back in the "old days," when companies were less committed to work-life balance, employees might have to schedule a vacation day to help out at their child's school or sports team or even spend the day at the animal shelter. For many workers, those days are over since they now have access to VTO or Volunteer Time Off. VTO means that workers can take time to participate in volunteer activities without using up their personal vacation or sick time. InRead Full Article Here
For any employer trying to attract and retain high-quality employees, keeping up with changes in benefits is an ongoing challenge. It’s clear that workers want to trust their employer to help safeguard their physical and mental well-being, and it’s also apparent that doing so is in the employer’s best interest. But there are always competing interests—fairness, cost, time, and more all need to be juggled to come up with the right combination of employee benefits.
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