pre-cation

(名詞) 開始一份新工作之前所度的假。亦寫成 precation。這個字是由 pre + vacation 拼綴而成。

引句:
At 42floors, we heavily, heavily recommend that all new people take two weeks of vacation starting exactly on their first official day. What this means is that when you get a job offer from us, you'll pick a start date. And that's the day we start your payroll. And that's the day you leave for vacation. … Precation doesn't solve everything, but it's at least a way to start off on the right foot.
—Jason Freedman, "My strange aversion to vacations," 42Floors, April 24, 2013

The pre-cation policy flows from Atlassian's view that memorable perks and a livable workspace make for happy employees without busting the company's budget.
—Will Oremus, "You Deserve a Pre-cation," Slate, September 30, 2014

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