The Worst Part of Vacation? Going Back to Work

Nearly a quarter of working adults say the positive effects of vacation time - such as a better mood, more energy, feeling less stress - disappear immediately upon returning to work.

40% said the benefits last only a few days. David Ballard is the Director of the Center for Organizational Excellence and he says taking time off helps the majority of U.S. workers recover from stress and experience positive effects that improve their well-being and job performance, but for nearly two-thirds of working adults, the benefits of time away dissipate within a few days. Wait until you hear why this happens.

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