Is your work schedule stifling your travels? Apply these tactics and start packing!
FOR FREQUENT 3-to-4-DAY GETAWAYS (Retain 90-100% of Income)
FOR FREQUENT 4-5-DAY GETAWAYS (Retain 60-80% of Income)
Redesign your schedule to a reduced workweek of three or four days (24 or 32 hours). If your job is too demanding for part-time hours, propose a job sharing arrangement so that the position stays full-time while each job partner works reduced hours. Assess if your boss will say Yes to your request for a flexible work arrangement.
TAKE AN EXTRA WEEK-LONG TRIP OR TWO EACH YEAR (Retain 96% of Income)
Here are steps to negotiating one to two extra weeks a year of vacation time. NOTE: This tactic is best used by professionals 45+, and the language in this section reflects that. If you’re relatively young in the job or in your career, requesting more vacation time is a tougher “sell.”
- How to Craft Your Own Vacation Leave Terms + More Vacation Memo Template
HOW TO GET SIX WEEKS OFF FOR SABBATICAL TRAVEL
- How to Get Six Weeks to Travel – a planning workbook and negotiation guide
- Three Strategic Reasons for Taking Six Weeks Off
- Proposal “Purpose” Wording for Four Types of Sabbatical Travel
CUSTOM WORK SCHEDULE TO MATCH YOUR TRAVEL CRAVINGS
Do you see the possibilities? Are you wondering how it could work with your career? Ask me.