A permanent break occurs when an employee doesn't come back to work after going on break. A manager may also grant a permanent break for those who don't wish to come back to work but does not want to go through the formal process of being fired. The term follows the same concept of a permanent vacation as an employee who does not come back after their trip, making their trip away from the company permanent.
"Hey Larry, can I go on a break?" " Well, we are real busy right now but you can always go on a permanent break if you don't want to work here anymore."
by Yeyeeeee123 October 13, 2019