Bryce HruskaResearch Assistant Professor
Public Health, Food Studies & Nutrition
Public Health Program
141 White Hall
Syracuse, New York 13244
To demonstrate the potential costly effects of not taking time off from work as well as the beneficial effects that can result from vacationing, Funded by Project: Time Off, “The Psychosocial and Physiological Consequences of Taking and Not Taking Time Off,” examines the association between paid time off and health outcomes. This research may help inform perceptions of paid time off and identify the benefits of vacations both for businesses by increasing productivity and individuals/families by increasing quality of life.