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Traditionally, a sabbatical involves a break from work, granted by your employer, and after taking a mutually agreed-upon amount of time off, you return to your work.
You need a good reason for your time off.
It could be doing something on your bucket list, like volunteering or teaching, or doing a crash course in a new skill.
Running off to treat your workplace burnout might not be the best solution. Ask yourself first if your work is fulfilling. If not, it is better to try and find something else first, then take some time off before you start a new position.
Before you plan a sabbatical, check with your HR department to see what the policy is regarding extended breaks.
Many organizations allow workers a certain amount of unpaid leave.
Traditionally, a sabbatical is a period of paid or unpaid leave that is granted to an employee so that they may study or travel.
A modern sabbatical is no longer defined as the absence of wor...
You will have a lot of time on your hands to consider the creative ideas in your mind.
Write it down and self publish. Share your knowledge and your narrative with the world.
Do you have a skill that you would like to improve?
You could use your sabbatical to start a client base for consulting work and build your portfolio while making a profit.