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  1. I would be willing to accept time off without pay to add to PTO. Matching UTO (unpaid) available would be an incentive that would level our workaholic country amidst others who get more time off abroad. I had to use all my PTO for a stressful move for years in a row now. I’d like some additional but I have two options FMLA (harder than it looks) or quitting/sabbatical — risking not coming back at all. That last part, some kind of guarantee of position would allow me to be a better employee long term. It’s strained resources that are the issue right now in some fields. (Nursing, IT, teaching, a lot)

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