3 reasons why employees should quit their jobs for 2 weeks

Allowing workers to work on special projects and learn new skills can foster creativity, boost engagement and even help your organization solve problems and reach goals.

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Here’s an idea for 2016—tell your employees to drop all their projects cold turkey for two weeks. No more meetings, status reports or fixing production issues. Tell your employees that they have two weeks to work on something totally different. The only two requirements are that they learn something new and that the project be somehow (or someday) related to the company’s business. Other than that, it’s totally up to them.

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