Crowne Plaza Abu Dhabi Yas Island bags IHG award in Cairo, Egypt

Award focused on the special initiatives for the welfare of colleagues and the environment

The property was the “only property chosen” for the Highly Commended Culture.
The property was the “only property chosen” for the Highly Commended Culture.

Crowne Plaza Abu Dhabi Yas Island bags IHG has bagged the IHG 2019 IMEA Highly Commended Culture Award, at the recently held IHG HR Learning Event in Cairo, Egypt.

The property was the “only property chosen” for the Highly Commended Culture, according to a statement.

The award was handed to the Crowne Plaza Abu Dhabi Yas Island’s director of human resources and training Kaustav Sen by vice president for human resources – India, Middle East and Africa, Anna-Maria El Achcar.

The criteria for the award mainly focused on the special initiatives conducted by the hotel management team for the welfare of its colleagues and the environment that they are working in.

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