Just 13% of respondents in the Hotelier Middle East Hospitality Procurement Report 2016 said that they would "only do business with suppliers that can prove their green credentials"
Staff employed at Ibis and Novotel in Tehran have been given special training to cope with guest requirements
Housekeepers discussed why not all of them report directly to a hotel's general manager, as well as leaner hierarchies at the Exec Housekeeper Forum
Stuart Thomson is now the new executive vice president of global human resources at Kerzner International
Al Manshar Rotana hires Dan Dominic, who started his career with Rotana in 2012 in Dubai
The app called Map My Future, created by Irene Forte, will be available to purchase by any hospitality company, and will help people map their careers
Under the Nitaqat system, companies are categorised depending on the number of Saudis working for them, with platinum being the highest rating
Following an informal roundtable session on the subject of gender diversity in housekeeping, the answer from some executive housekeepers appears to be no. Find out why here
After a case study at the Hotelier Middle East Executive Housekeeper Forum 2016, showcasing how to develop an inclusion programme, we ask the audience what they think
Does the new trend of recruiting for 'attitude' mean we are missing out on 'skill'?
Not long to go before the results of the Salary Survey 2016 are revealed; answering the survey takes five minutes or less
Millennium Resort Mussanah has recently appointed Christoph Schleissing as general manager
Luca Medda joins the Centro Capital Doha team bringing with him 26 years' experience in the hospitality industry
The only five-star hotel in Hail, Saudi Arabia, appoints a new general manager
Yas Island Rotana and Centro Yas Island in Abu Dhabi appoints new director of business development
Movenpick Resort Petra becomes first resort in Jordan to hire a Jordanian woman as hotel manager