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In these travel destinations, the off-season can definitely be gone

Increased demand for beach and outdoor travel and more flexible working hours have almost eliminated off-season in some popular destinations. share this article Justin Todd knew how to predict when the business would be slower. Having spent 15 years in the hospitality industry in Aspen, Colorado, he knew the period between the mash and the …

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Veterinary medical students from Minnesota travel to Greece to help stray cats

In the villa near Athens there is a resort where about 50 pampered guests relax and socialize, eat communal meals, chant at the recreation facility, bask on the sun-washed balconies overlooking the olive groves and mountains and can be neutered or neutered. Guests are stray cats that gather from the streets of Greek cities and …

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How to take time off, even if your company doesn’t offer it

Katherine Ullman spent part of her sabbatical in Colombia. Courtesy: Katherine Ullman Katherine Ullman burned out of her hard work during the Covid-19 pandemic and questioned her next career move. A two-month vacation at work was exactly what she needed to reconsider her life. In December, Ullman, 33, who lives in San Francisco, traveled to …

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Companies bet that employee benefits will help them in a “big reorganization”

Paul Bradbury | OJO Pictures Getty Images Millions of Americans are leaving work and rethinking what they want in terms of work-life balance. Companies respond, meeting the needs of their employees in areas such as teleworking, flexible working hours, four-week work weeks, remuneration and more. This story is part of a series that focuses on …

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International travel returns are provoking a struggle for high-cost passengers

Singapore Airlines A380 First Class Suite Leslie Josephs | CNBC This week, Singapore Airlines unveiled its highest bid in the US: first-class suites with a bed, swivel chair, 32-inch touch screen and orchid-decorated desk. Each has 50 square feet and there are two bathrooms for six passengers. It is a bet that passengers are willing …

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