What is Project: Time Off?

Project: Time Off aims to shift culture so that using personal time off is not considered frivolous, but essential to strengthening families and improving personal health; a business investment with proven returns; and an economic necessity.

Resources

U.S. Travel walked the walk in 2014 by providing an incentive to employees for using their paid time off.

Americans are work martyrs. Tied to the office, they leave more and more paid time off (PTO) unused each year, forfeiting their earned benefits...

Americans are work martyrs. Tied to the office, they leave more and more paid time off (PTO) unused each year, forfeiting their earned benefits...

The Playbook offers destinations tips and ideas, including case study examples, on how to join the Project: Time Off movement. It's as simple as...

American workers believe that taking paid time off (PTO) helps them relax and recharge, offers the opportunity to do what they enjoy, and makes...

Americans are overwhelmed—but they aren’t taking the breaks they’ve earned. Nearly three-quarters of workers say they are stressed at work, with...

When it comes to taking PTO, Americans themselves can be the biggest barriers.  A variety of justifications lead about two-in-five workers (37%)...

American workers instinctively recognize the benefits of taking paid time off (PTO) from the job. It helps them relax and recharge, offers the...

American workers overwhelmingly recognize the importance of using paid time off (PTO) from work and acknowledge its many benefits, including more...