Samsung Everland program aims to de-stress employeesSamsung Everland said yesterday it has developed a program to help executives and employees release stress from dealing with customers.
The program, dubbed “Vitamin Camp” by the operator of the country’s largest theme park, runs for two days at the resort in Yongin, south of Seoul. It includes a lecture by Michael Steger, a professor of counseling psychology at Colorado State University, horticultural therapy and some rest time at the traditional garden and zoo, both located in the resort.
Samsung hopes the program also will help prevent stress-driven breakdowns in nonservice workers. It said it is considering opening the program to other companies.
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