People are learning remote work positions leave endless possibilities, like where you’re working from and disclosing the location to your employer.
Now that remote work has become a standard practice for employees; many are taking advantage of its flexibility—quietly, that is. “Hush trips” are predicted to increase in popularity in 2023, Forbes reported.
Hush trips are a trend where employees take a workcation. They take a trip and work from there without letting their employer know.
Employers usually focus on productivity, but many are skeptical about letting their job know just how much they’re basking in the leisure of it all, which is what led to these undisclosed trips.
According to Travel Noire, hospitality sectors like Airbnb, Vrbo, and hotels are catching on to the wave. Many target remote workers by offering discounted pricing for extended stays where workers can take advantage of the amenities it offers.
Remote work allows workers to kill two birds with one stone, travel, and make money simultaneously. It’s very popular among Gen Z and Millennials. Something we love to see.