EXPLOYEES struck gold after their generous boss jetted them off on an all expenses paid “working holiday” to neck cocktails by the pool.
They even bathed in ethereal waterfalls, explored the wonders found under the waves on a snorkelling trip and got in touch with their daredevil side on quadbikes.
And it was all thanks to Katya Vakulenko, the big-hearted boss of Sydney-based Soup Agency, who said the trip was aimed at raising morale.
The legendary boss said the two week extravaganza also allowed them to take different working approaches to “the next level”.
She explained: “I think it’s important for workplaces to all work together as a team, both inside and outside of working hours.
“Covid-19 taught us that there are new ways of working and essentially, we can work from anywhere. So we decided to really take that to the next level.”
But it was not all beers and skittles as work formed a vital aspect of the trip, too.
Digital Marketing Executive Kumi Ho said despite the obvious distractions, the team were able to stay productive.
And they even managed their workloads well on the notorious party island.
“It was definitely an experience in life that I won’t forget,” she said.
The agency have already started planning their next “working holiday” – this time to Europe.
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