Time Hotels introduces morale-boosting initiatives

They include activitives aimed at fostering the personal development of the company’s workforce

Time Hotels CEO Mohamed Awadalla
Time Hotels CEO Mohamed Awadalla

UAE-based Time Hotels has announced initiatives commencing in April aimed at boosting the morale of its workforce and focusing on the personal development of each staff member.

Time Hotels will be allocating a set amount of working hours to allow staff to engage with e-learning modules and build upon existing hospitality skills. Time Hotels will ensure reach member receives a personal training and development plan, along with a performance improvement plan.

Time Hotels CEO Mohamed Awadalla said: “Boosting staff morale is essential during these challenging times and as a result we’re working to ensure we go that extra mile to create a warm and positive working environment, while looking at how we can best utilise each individual team member’s time and improve guest service and our overall offering.”

To keep staff in high spirits during these troubling times, Time Hotels will introduce a weekly initiative called Wear your Happiness. It involves having staff wear an accessory or item of clothing which makes them feel happy while performing their duties at the hotel.

“At the very core of our success is our incredible team. Their commitment, energy and drive are paramount to our success as a business, and we want to take this opportunity to promote positive wellbeing by boosting morale and giving something back. The current crisis will pass, and I want our staff to be fully motivated when the travel and social restrictions are lifted,” Awadalla added.

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