Let’s get honest with ourselves: we all have a hidden side. A side which can neither come out in the corporate meetings or even in lunches with colleagues. It is something which you can hardly control while going out with your beloved. Perhaps, it can be a side of you which wants to trash the rules and go scuba diving in Phuket, sky diving in Spain and wine tasting in Italy.
This is a person’s adventurous side. Everyone suppresses this side in order to survive in this hectic and modern world. This is true especially for the corporate world. Experts say that in the long run, this isn’t a good thing to do, as it might have deep psychological repercussions in the future. Listening to this reason and looking at past experiences have led major companies to believe that it is true, and they have started asking their employees to have more fun. Companies organize weekend trips and provide paid vacations, so that the employees can discover and enjoy themselves. This will lead to a more energetic employee and a healthier workforce.
Since going to the beach or a hill for a quiet time has become common, people are looking for new things to do. This has led to the surge in demand for vacations, including extreme sports like spelunking, bungee jumping and scuba diving in Phuket.
Many young executives, who think about working really well on their projects, often find themselves burned out within a year or so. This leads to a drastic drop in performance, job dissatisfaction and dissent among other issues. A company should look to provide trips to them during this period as it is quite rewarding.
The hot spots for such vacations include Bora Bora, Mauritius, Maldives, Thailand and Hawaii among others. The common things between all these places are: scenic beauty, plethora of activities, low cost and the welcoming nature of the host country. These places could also be the honeymoon destination of the newly married couples in large organizations. This is a major occurrence in Asian countries as average age of marriage there coincides with the average age of beginning of a person’s job.