A new survey from Alamo Rent A Car points out that vacation shaming is prominent in the workforce with nearly 60% of millennials and 40% of those over 35 reporting feeling victim shamed. CNBC's Martha C. White reports this issue is clearly prevalent among multiple generations.
Millennials were viewed as the generation who would request things such as more vacation time or more time for paternal leave but the survey shows they are even more guilty of vacation shaming than their older peers:
As a result, millennials don't just perceive more shaming — they're also the ones more likely to be doing the shaming themselves. Alamo's survey found that 42 percent of workers under 35 said they shamed co-workers for taking vacations at least occasionally, compared to only 24 percent of workers over 35.