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As a reward for its pandemic work, a Welsh company has taken its entire staff on vacation.

An entire staff of a Welsh recruitment agency is treated to an island vacation by the company. This gives "work-life balance” a new meaning.

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As a reward for its pandemic work, a Welsh company has taken its entire staff on vacation.

As a reward for its pandemic work, a Welsh company has taken its entire staff on vacation.

An entire staff of a Welsh recruitment agency is treated to an island vacation by the company. This gives "work-life balance” a new meaning.

Yolk Recruitment Ltd., based in Cardiff, announced on LinkedIn that they are taking more than 50 employees to Tenerife in Canary Islands. They also stated that they're likely to be among the first businesses in the area to offer an all-expenses-paid vacation for all employees.

"Our goal is to build a culture that wins for everyone!" It stated that this all-inclusive company holiday means that no one is left behind.

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This offer is available to all employees who were hired January or February. The company hopes to add more employees by then. The company advertised 20 additional positions for the same position.

According to the company, the four-day trip will be held over a long weekend that begins on April 1. It will cost more that PS100,000. (or $135 515).

Pavan Arora, Chief Commercial Officer, described the initiative as "employee-care," explaining to the BBC that the company wants employees to feel appreciated for their efforts during the pandemic. Arora stated that 2020 was a difficult year for the entire industry. "We went from the jobs market being on hold to going into hyperdrive." "Our staff has been on a journey -- from going to remote work to hybrid back to distant... so we wanted to reach out to everyone and say thanks for the past two years."

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Workers across all industries have been pushed to the limits by the pandemic, with high levels of burnout and a steady increase in resignations.

According to The Wall Street Journal, companies are making creative efforts to encourage employees to take advantage of their vacations.

For instance, Citigroup has offered companywide days off with the aim of getting everyone to take a break at the same time, and PricewaterhouseCoopers is offering U.S. staffers $250 for every full week of vacation booked, up to $1,000 a year.

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