various disciplines related to hospitality.
The initiative is set to help enhance team members’ skills and competencies and encourage them to progress into senior management roles.
Participants competed in several categories, including bed making, mop and vacuum race, as well as buffer pad toss. After the first stage, 10 top-performing contestants at each discipline qualified for the finals.
As Ayman Ashor, general manager, Centro Capital Centre, noted, the image of the hotel depends not only on how trained colleagues are, but also on how happy they are at the workplace.