Turns out, employees won't take holidays in fear of being judged
Well, this is worrying.
A new study has found that some workers won't take days off in case their co-workers judge them. Yikes.
The study by British Airways, wanted to find out why some people don't take their annual leave, and it turns out, some people are "afraid."
A third of people put it down to being "afraid" of what others might think, while 16 percent felt guilty for taking some time off.
And on top of that, 49 percent said they were “too busy” which is concerning experts as we all need to have a work-life balance.
To further that, 56 percent said even when they go away, they can't stop thinking about work and will check their work emails while abroad.
However, the study also found that we're more productive when well-rested, so take those holiday days and leave the guilt behind!