Employees are planning to take less Personal Time Off (PTO) this holiday season than in previous years, with less travel planned.
According to a survey recently published by isolved, 70% of full-time employees said they will not travel out of their state this holiday, accounting for 38% of staff taking less PTO this holiday season than before.
“Traditionally this time of year, many companies would be ramping up office holiday festivities,” said Amy Mosher, isolved Chief People Officer. “Due to the pandemic, the last frontier of normalcy either is not happening at all or happening virtually in some capacity.
“The future of work is here, and employees need leaders to make the right decisions about collaborative and self-serve tools to amplify their experience – empowering them to engage regardless of the circumstances.”
To see more results from the survey, click here.