With years of expertise in the field of hospitality, Aiken Spence Hotels Maldives continues to provide top-notch service since its inception in 1993. With five properties scattered across the archipelago under the Adaaran and Heritance banners, the company has been committed to create exceptional paradisical memories for those who come in search for that ‘picture-perfect’ tropical experience.
Having received many accolades over the years for their service, the Company is finally reveling its best kept secret: a closely woven environment that inspires and empowers its best asset, its workforce. The Company notes that as much as it focuses on delivering nothing but the best to their guests, they also understand the importance of designing and maintaining an integrated employee system. Through their performance-driven learning and development team, they attempt to ensure that the team of associates are well-satisfied and high-performing using innovative methods to help build and retain their workforce.
Company’s latest associate initiative saw over 100 associates from Adaaran Select Meedhupparu resort partaking an outbound training session at Fainu Island, Raa-Atoll. The training was curated to focus on improving teamwork, situational leadership qualities, decision-making power, communication skills and fostering partnership and alliances among team members. Associates faced many fun-filled challenges that tested their moral and physical strength while insisting on teamwork.
In line with Aitken Spence Hotel’s commitment to corporate social responsibility, a similar training program was organized for the Raa Atoll Council members and Government officials at Fainu Island as well. The first-of-its-kind initiative where a hospitality firm conducted an outbound training for a government authority, was received with praise by the government sector employees.
“I consider our youth very lucky to have received an opportunity to be trained in various branches of hospitality management with the help of inspiring lectures and instructors from Aitken Spence Hotels. It was found to be a great chance for career and professional development,” said Atoll Council Secretary General Fathulla Ismail.
Aitken Spence Hotels, the hospitality arm of Sri Lankan blue-chip conglomerate Aitken Spence PLC, operates 20 hotels and resorts in Sri Lanka, Maldives, India and Oman.
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