Mental health matters
You may have seen our recent feature in Travel Weekly around looking after our mental health and what it means to us here at Holidaysplease. If you missed it, the full article can be found here.
It was interesting speaking with staff in preparation for this article, it served as a reminder that everybody has experienced these past months differently, that everybody has their ‘thing’ that they deal with and that’s ok! The open attitude of the colleagues at Holidaysplease is inspiring to the entire team.
a great big box of roses
Holidaysplease always has and always will put the wellbeing of the team as a top priority. At a recent head office get together, we were surprised with a kind gesture from the directors. I think we were all aware that it probably wasn’t going to be the year for expensive gestures of thanks all things considered, (though we are all pining our hopes that the ‘the whole company will be taken to Mauritius’ incentive will come back in due course… ), and the directors could have easily ‘got away with it’ or projected a ‘well at least you all have a job’ feeling across the company, but instead they thought outside of the box for ways that they could show their appreciation. They gave us our birthdays off as an additional days annual leave going forward. They didn’t have to, we ARE all lucky that we have a job, never mind a job we love, but that’s the Holidaysplease difference, that’s why staff retain and return.
Don’t give your time and talent to anywhere that treats you any less!
scream if you want to go faster
Homeworking can certainly be a roller-coaster. Its an exhilarating ride of high peaks, there can be challenges in unexpected twist and turns, and sometimes an uphill climb, but at holidaysplease we know that our seatbelts are secure and the rail we are riding on is maintained regularly.
Get your ticket to join our ride by contacting: firstname.lastname@example.org for an initial chat about becoming a travel agent homeworker with Holidaysplease.
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