Recent Vacation Deprivation Study Findings Indicate More Vacations Would Benefit Workforce: HawaiiTours.com Suggests Vacations Could be a Needed Economic Boost

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The 2009 Vacation Deprivation Study findings indicate that the workforce benefits from employees actually using their vacation time. HawaiiTours.com suggests that vacations could actually be part of the boost needed to get the economy out of the current slump.

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Anything we can do to boost the economy right now would be wonderful. If actually using the vacation days we earn at work will make employees more productive then employers should definitely be taking it upon themselves to urge their employees to get out of the office.

The 2009 Vacation Deprivation Study findings indicated that more vacations would benefit the workforce. Hawaii Tours suggests that encouraging employees to make use of their vacation days could be more beneficial now than ever before. Benefiting the work force benefits companies and more profitable companies result in healthier industries. Healthy industries equal a big boost to the economy that would do a lot of good for Americans.

According to the study, vacations were beneficial to professionals in general. 34% of Americans responded to the survey saying that they came back from vacations with more positive feelings about their jobs and feeling more productive. Moa Mahe of HawaiiTours.com suggests, "Anything we can do to boost the economy right now would be wonderful. If actually using the vacation days we earn at work will make employees more productive then employers should definitely be taking it upon themselves to urge their employees to get out of the office."

HawaiiTours.com management said the findings didn't surprise them at all. They see professionals "on vacation" often as the Hawaiian Islands are a popular international vacation destination. They see professionals turned tourist from a wide variety of countries from the American mainland to Japan.

For more information on vacations or Hawaiian tours contact Moa Mahe at moa@hawaiitours.com or by phone at (888) 614-2221. Or visit online at HawaiiTours.com.

Contact: Moa Mahe
Company: HawaiiTours.com
http://www.HawaiiTours.com
Phone 1-888-614-2221

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