Economic Analysis on Attributes of Workers and Method to Take Annual Paid Vacation

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ABSTRACT

This paper focuses on what type of laborers chooses which of the six types of uses of paid vacations. In this paper, we conduct a multinomial logistic regression analysis with the “six types of uses of paid vacations” which are “share method”, “progressive method”, “regressive method”, “self-pay method (advance)”, “self-pay method (arrears)”, and “self-pay method (work at home)” as object variables. As a result, many of the independent variables did not influence which type was chosen, but interesting variables “information is not shared” and “those around me take paid vacation” were influential, revealing that different types of choices are made depending on how participants work.

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Igusa, G. (2015) Economic Analysis on Attributes of Workers and Method to Take Annual Paid Vacation. Journal of Human Resource and Sustainability Studies, 3, 101-107. doi: 10.4236/jhrss.2015.33014.

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