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Social networking giant LinkedIn is allowing its staff members a full, paid week off post-Easter to support mental well-being.
Nearly all 15,900 full-time employees will be able to take a break from work next week to avoid burnout, the company told news agency AFP Friday. LinkedIn's coined "RestUp!" week begins Monday.
"There is something magical about the entire company taking a break at the same time," LinkedIn responded to AFP's inquiry. "And the best part? Not coming back to an avalanche of unanswered internal emails."
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The Microsoft-owned company will be offering daily events for its employees who feel isolated during the week off. Activities include volunteer opportunities through "random acts of kindness."