The results of an international poll reveal striking differences in working cultures around the world, most notably in France, where employees take the most vacation days, and South Korea and Japan, where workers take the least.
In the 13th edition of Expedia’s annual “Vacation Deprivation Study,” 8,535 working adults were polled across 24 countries on their work-life balance.
The happiest, most well-adjusted employees in the world? That title belongs to Norwegians who were the least disgruntled of respondents, with only 17 percent of respondents saying they felt they needed more vacay. Norway is followed by Mexico (38 percent), Denmark (39 percent) and Sweden (44 percent). [Read more...]