Microsoft Says It Will Start Offering U.S. Employees “Unlimited” Time Off

Microsoft Says It Will Start Offering U.S. Employees “Unlimited” Time Off

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Starting next week, Microsoft’s current vacation policy will change to an unlimited one, meaning all salaried employees in the United States can take time off as needed and also will no longer need to wait and accrue holiday anymore.The new policy, which goes into effect on Jan. 16, is described by the world’s biggest software company as “Discretionary Time Off.”
“How, when, and where we do our jobs has dramatically changed,” Kathleen Hogan, the company’s chief people officer, said in an internal memo vie …

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