This CNN video news shows an interview with a Netflix Spokesman, who speaks about Netflix' unlimited vacation policy. About 600 salary employees at Netflix can take as many days of vacation as they want and whenever they want it as long as their work is covered and they communicate with their managers. Netflix believes this policy promotes new ideas and represents Netflix' innovative culture very well. How would like to work for a company that has an unlimited vacation policy? Will employees abuse this policy? Do you think this policy works?
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