Who Has Been on a Woliday?

Posted in : HR Updates on 12 September 2011
Nicola Shaw
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Nicola Shaw writes:

1. Holiday or Work?

I remember, back when I worked in NIE, that the Senior Managers tended to take 3 weeks annual leave each summer:

  • The first week to wind down
  • The middle week wound down
  • The last week ramping back up again

At the time, I didn’t really see the need for this but over the years, as my role and responsibilities have grown, this now makes perfect sense. But, given I have had a week off at the longest this year, and am in the process of building a house (please note that I do not mean that I am laying the bricks myself, “only” paying for it and making every painstaking decision along the way!), I feel in dire need of that elusive 3 week break!!

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