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The Daily

"Workations" Formalize What Most People Do on Vacations Anyway

Chris Gaetano
Published Date:
Jun 24, 2015
WorkingVacationGiven that more than half of people admit to working on their vacations anyway, some have opted to ditch the pretense altogether and officially go on what's called a "workation," according to the Wall Street Journal. More or less, it seems like it's the opposite of a "staycation." You're going to somewhere that's ostensibly relaxing, but you're going there not just to soak up the sun's rays and feel the gentle ocean breeze against your face, but to also dial in to conference calls, write important emails, and perform other tasks that technically do not require your physical presence in the office. While this might be good for keeping on top of things while you're away, the Journal quotes some who are worried that this might be setting a trend that will result in increased expectations from employers, as well as contribute to worker burn-out.