The billionaire president didn't forget his spouses and children either.
American businessman Ken Griffin surprised his employees with an unforgettable gift, paying for all of them a trip to Tokyo Disneyland and DisneySea with his own money. He reportedly paid for tickets, travel and accommodation for 1,200 people – employees, spouses and children – to celebrate the birthdays of his two financial companies together.
Griffin has taken Asian employees of multinational companies to Tokyo, Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney and Gurugram, where they received all-day passes to Disney theme parks. It's not just a ticket, but it gives you access to the most popular sights without standing in line.
The ticket payment alone cost Griffin more than 30 million Hungarian forints, who thanked not only his employees for their work, but also the Maroon 5 concert held just for them and the performance of Scottish DJ Calvin Harris.
Surprisingly, Ken Griffin wasn't the first to go to the wall to surprise his co-workers at the end of the year. Not long ago, we wrote about a Sydney-based marketing company whose director paid for a two-week luxury vacation for employees on the island of Bali.