While on holiday break, I watched a documentary that compared the leave policies of several Western European companies to that of the United States. These companies were attributing their success to a policy backed by a law that required employees to receive a minimum of up to eight weeks of paid leave each year. During interviews, the European CEOs praised the passing of these laws because they were believed to result in a more “productive and happier” workforce — and not just for the company but for the European economy.
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