You thought you were slick telling your boss your all-inclusive resort in the Dominican Republic didn’t have solid Wi-Fi.
“It’s the Caribbean,” you said just before a shoulder-shrug emoji you immediately deleted.
You thought your boss believed you. But the fact is much like stealing paper clips and not leaving a dollar in the break-room soda fund, pretty much everyone is lying about not having Wi-Fi on vacation. Okay, not everyone, but nearly half of American workers have lied to their boss about poor internet access while on vacation. This is according to Allianz Global’s 2019 Vacation Confidence Index, which also found that millennials are the most likely to do this at 59 percent, followed by GenX-ers at 49 percent.