When’s the last time you pushed an employee to take a vacation and meant it?
Too often, managers cringe when they see employees will be out on vacation for a week – who will cover their work, what will get delayed as a result, and what about that important meeting scheduled while they’re gone? But if you really care about building a strong team, you should be actively encouraging employees to book real vacations –not just a day or two here and there, but at least a solid week away, ideally a couple of times a year.
At Intuit QuickBase’s Fast Track blog today, I talk about how to do it and why it matters. You can read it here.