πŸ“„ Career break policy

About this category

A career break policy is a set of guidelines that an employer creates in order to offer employees the opportunity to take an extended leave of absence from their job. The policy will outline how long the leave can be, how it will be structured, and what benefits, if any, the employee will receive while on leave.

πŸ“„ Career break policy

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Career Break Policy (Inc. Basis Of Acceptance)

A policy on the availability of and basis on which an employer accepts requests for career breaks.

What to watch out for

  • The employer's stance on career breaks
  • The conditions under which an employer is willing to accept a career break
  • The basis on which an employer decides to accept or deny a career break request
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    Create a career break policy

    An employer may want to consider offering a career break policy to employees for a number of reasons. First, it can be used as a tool to attract and retain top talent. Second, it can help employees achieve a better work-life balance. Third, it can give employees an opportunity to pursue other interests or take care of personal matters.

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