Employers allow workers to buy, sell, donate unused time off

06/10/2013 | Star Tribune (Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minn.)

Some companies let employees sell, buy or donate unused vacation time, giving them extra cash or more time off for life events, such as having a baby. Survey data to be released by the Society for Human Resource Management show 9% of employers let employees cash out unused vacation time, 5% allow them to buy additional vacation days and 7% let workers donate unused time off to a pool that can be tapped by colleagues.

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