You must choose to immigrate to Australia if you are an aspiring overseas immigrant and want unlimited leave for your next job. Australia is now offering annual leave that is non- stretchable for four weeks. Till the recent past, Australian employers have not offered anything extra than the statutory limit.
However, now some of the Australian employers are offering unlimited yearly leave, as quoted by the Times of India. Thus, the discretion is left to the employees to decide the right amount of leave.
Generally, Australians tend to not utilize the complete 4 weeks of leave each year. Most of them take lesser than that offered by their employers. In some cases, this is due to a level of fear. They are anxious regarding the developments in their absence. The company may conclude that the employee is non-essential, according to some of the workers.
It was revealed by a study in 2017 that on the average, Australians have around 16 days of unutilized leave.
Indeed, the global job site offers unlimited yearly leave to its Australian employees and to those in the US. Indeed Human Resources Global Head Paul Wolfe said that the firm enjoys a low level of employee attrition. It also has high levels of engagement with the employees, added Wolfe.
Chief Potential Officer and Co-founder at Bendelta Anthony Mitchell said that there is enough proof that leave enhances productivity. Every Bendelta employee gets 27-days leave irrespective of their role, he added.
Anthony Mitchell elaborated that long leave enhances the ability of the employees to increase their productivity for each working day. This is because they are aware that this will be harmonized by some respite in the form of long leave, he added.
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