In exchange for the truly paid vacation, the Denver-based company has just one request — employees must stay off the grid. No emails. No work calls. Absolutely no working. Period.
“It’s not difficult to measure what happens when someone returns from a Paid Paid Vacation,” FullContact communications director Brad McCarty told The Washington Post. “You see, without fail, people [are] shining brighter, working harder and more excited to get back into the swing of things.”