Some people need to be forced to go on holiday


Czech antivirus firm Avast has introduced a lifelong flexibility concept enabling its employees to work from virtually anywhere in the world. They can take unlimited days of leave and need only show up at the office perhaps once a month for a meeting with their team or boss. The company's Prague headquarters drew its inspiration from across the ocean in Silicon Valley.

Avast, a global company with Czech roots, has made one of the biggest leaps in this year's rankings of the most attractive employer of the year, moving up five places to eighth overall. Wondering what it's like to work at a company where you can take as much holiday as you like?

Read the interview with Ondřej Vlček, AVAST CEO, that I wrote for Hospodářské noviny