Taj Dubai wins at GCC Employer Brand Awards

The property was awarded Best General Manager Middle East and Best Employer Middle East

Taj Dubai takes home honours at the GCC Best Employer Brand Awards
Taj Dubai takes home honours at the GCC Best Employer Brand Awards

Taj Dubai has been awarded the Best Employer Middle East at the GCC Employer Brands Awards at a ceremony held at The Address Dubai Mall last week.

Area director, Middle East and general manager of Taj Dubai and Taj Exotica Resort & Spa, The Palm, Ranjit Phillipose also took home the individual award for the Best General Manager Middle East.

Ranjit Phillipose commented on his win: “By infusing Tajness in delivering an unparalleled experience in our offerings and service, we have placed Taj Dubai firmly on the UAE map and paved the way for further growth and development in the Middle East. Several projects are in the pipeline and it is very exciting to know that Taj Dubai has positively influenced several of these development opportunities. My greatest satisfaction, comes from seeing people grow and being able to bring out the best in people to benefit both them and the business.”

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