Employee Statement Policy
KANIKA HOTELS & RESORTS is committed to ensuring that all our employees enjoy excellent working conditions at all times. In our operations we recognise that targets are only achievable through high-performing personnel. Hence, we consider our employees as one of our greatest assets, and are aware of our ethical as well as legal responsibilities towards our staff. We believe that by treating our employees well and with the utmost respect, we will earn their loyalty, and they will in turn take the very best care of our guests and our properties.
The primary goals related to our human resource management are therefore as follows:
In order to satisfy broader human resource management criteria, Travelife Gold award standards will be achieved by October 2013.
KANIKA HOTELS & RESORTS is an equal opportunity employer, giving all applicants for any available positions fair consideration.
The company does not discriminate in any way and welcomes applications from all candidates regardless of their race, age, sex, nationality, disability or religion.
Throughout the period of employment, KANIKA HOTELS & RESORTS will have a contract that meets the rules, regulations and legal legislations as stipulated by Cyprus law.
• Induction and Training
KANIKA HOTELS & RESORTS ensures that all new employees participate in our induction programme and are provided with on
the job training. This will cover areas such as company philosophy, our corporate culture, an understanding of the company’s vision and mission statements, full product knowledge and awareness, details regarding employee welfare and benefits, training on health and safety in the line of duty, and responsibilities to themselves and others, along with performance management.
• Development and Promotion
All employees of KANIKA HOTELS & RESORTS are encouraged to further develop their skills, and we will offer opportunities for promotion wherever possible. All employees will be evaluated and have individual progress objectives and development plans as agreed with their managers/supervisors, in order to improve their performance for their own self-development as well as the company’s benefit.
• Reward Systems
Aiming to shape a culture of employee motivation, personal satisfaction, performance and active interest in their work, the company has introduced practices of recognition and rewards such as the ‘Employee of the Month/Year’ awards and even recognition of any acts of bravery by the KUDOS scheme.