Remote possibilities 

Hi Quartz readers,

Before the pandemic, few would have considered generous vacation policies of paramount importance to remote employees. How could paid time off be all that valuable to people who were already working from their living room in athleisure, free to pop out for a midday grocery run, and unconcerned with a daily commute?

Well, now we know. In an immersive crash course that no one asked for, we learned that remote work is not conducive to unplugging. Which may explain why 47% of the companies on Quartz’s  2021 Best Companies for Remote Work ranking said they offer unlimited paid time off, a benefit offered at only 6% of US companies overall.

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