Millennium Hotels & Resorts officially certified as a ‘Great Place to Work’

Millennium Hotels & Resorts officially certified as a ‘Great Place to Work’

Certification is based on a two-step process including an employee survey

The Middle East and Asia division of Millennium Hotels & Resorts has been officially certified as a Great Place to Work.

The certification is an award given to companies with exceptional company cultures. It’s the only official recognition based on an assessment of employee experience and culture analysis conducted by Great Place to Work, a global consulting firm helping organisations improve their workplace culture.

The prestigious certificate is based entirely on the experience of Millennium Hotels & Resorts’ current employees working at the organisation using a two-step process that includes an employee survey and questionnaire.

According to Great Place to Work spokesperson: “Certification recognises employers who create an outstanding employee experience.”


In turn, certification helps job seekers identify companies with genuinely good cultures, while employers enjoy the recruiting advantage of presenting a globally recognised and research-backed verification of exemplary employee experience.

As part of the hotel group’s ‘People Make Millennium’ programme, emphasis is placed on training, reward and recognition, and the wellbeing of all its staff.

Fahad Abdulrahim Kazim, CEO at Tetra Hospitality Investment and Millennium Hotels & Resorts MEA said: "We are proud to receive the Great Place to Work Certification. Millennium Hotel & Resorts' vision and ambition lie in the workforce's hard work, dedication and commitment. It has been our utmost priority to keep the culture positive, inclusive and dynamic. We will continue to invest in our employees through learning and development programmes and relevant and timely training, and provide a safe and nurturing work environment."

Millennium Hotels & Resorts, Middle East & Africa currently operates over 50 hotels with 15,000 keys, in addition to 32 hotels in the development pipeline across the region.

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