If getting your 13th month pay already seems like a great year-ender, just imagine being treated to an extravagant all-expenses-paid Carribean cruise.
800 employees from a cabinet firm based in Iowa, USA will experience a merry holiday as their company and bosses decide to shoulder their all-expenses-paid Carribean vacation.
CEO Gary Bertch of Bertch Cabinets decided to shower their employees with a five-day cruise set for early 2017 as a reward for all of their hard work that has led the company to attain their year's goals.
The company's page announced, "Bertch is excited to announce a company-wide vacation. We will be closing all facilities January 9-13 so we can set sails for the sunny Caribbean! This trip wouldn’t be possible without the hard work of our incredible Bertch associates."
"We’ve got four charter aircraft that will be flying directly to Miami Sunday and staying at a nice five-star hotel. Then on Monday, we’ll bus over from the hotel to the port and load up on the ship," Bertch shared.
The ship is expected to stop in Key West, Florida and Cozumel, Mexico. Their trip will last for about a week and they are expected to resume work the following Monday.
The Bertch Company is known to shower its employees with lavish escapades since 1989. However, the tradition stopped when the company faced a major decline in 2005.
"We went to Acapulco that time [in 1989]." Bertch said.
"We did several cruises to various locations, various ports. And we did Hawaii. That was probably our biggest trip." He added.
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