Apart from Chaiwalas, CEOs and bosses are also ruling social media platforms these days. A few days after an Indian businessman gifted cars and houses to his employees as Diwali bonus, social media is celebrating the CEO who has gifted all his staff a holiday in Thailand.
The Denmark -based sports merchandise manufacturing company Jydsk Emblem Fabrik celebrated its 130th anniversary in October and decided to treat its employees with an exotic vacation instead of the customary party. The 35 lucky employees are expected to hit the Asian shores in January next year, according to a report by NYHEDER.
The report also adds that the company factory will be closed while the staff enjoys the pristine beaches of Thailand.
The Director of the company feels that a holiday is a good investment. “It means a lot to our employees’ relationship and their relationship with us as leaders. It gives a really good team and good stories that we can continue to share with each other,” Hanne Horup said to NYHEDER.
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The report said the employees are thrilled about the gift and are hoping for some amazing time on sunny beaches and are excited about elephant rides. “It’s only now that you think about how wild it really is that we are all going on a trip together,” said Michael Koun Parkvil, a salesman at the Jydsk Emblem Fabrik. “We are going to ride elephants,” he added.
However, there will be some work involved in the trip as the staff will be taken on tours of factories with whom the company collaborates regularly to give them a better understanding of the business. However, the staff don’t seem to mind this and are eagerly waiting for January 14, 2017 to board the flight.