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An average of three in 10 (29%) working Canadians surveyed say they used all of their vacation time in 2022, a two percentage-point increase from 2021 (27%), but well below 2019 figures (48%). The survey, conducted by ADP Canada, also found that the “time off tax” employed Canadians incur has decreased for a second consecutive year.
According to the survey, the average Canadian worker is paying less time off tax with nearly a third (31%) saying they haven’t worked any extra hours before or after taking a one-week vacation. Those who clocked extra time to make up for a week off reported investing an average of 20 additional hours to prepare and return from their vacation. This represents a 1 hour decrease from last year, and 14 hours less than the 2020 average, the highest tax reported to date.
2020 clearly marked a rupture in both time off tax levels and the number of days off the average Canadian employee took. While time off tax numbers and vacation levels slowly rebound, survey data indicates there is still work to do to ensure employees disconnect and rest.
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