The Grand Hotel Excelsior Receives the Tourism Diversity Employer Award

Excelsior Tourism Diversity award 2013

October 2013 Valletta, Malta –The Grand Hotel Excelsior has received the Tourism Diversity Employer Award from the Malta Tourism Authority, in recognition of its commendable diversity management policies and procedures. The award was presented by the Hon. Dr. Karmenu Vella, Minister of Tourism, to Alfred Attard, the Human Resources Manager, Michela Grixti, the Human Resources Coordinator and Donna Doyle, the Spa Manager, during the Diversity in Tourism Conference, which took place on the 1st and 2nd October at Le Meridien.

“Grand Hotel Excelsior is pleased to receive such a prestigious award,” said General Manager Mr.Norbert Grixti. “The owners and management of the Grand Hotel Excelsior are firm believers in the strengths of diversity, and its role in providing an excellent, world-class experience to its guests. To date, the company employs team members from over 30 different nationalities, of various cultures, attitudes and walks of life. Managing such a diverse group of individuals is certainly challenging, so the Company is committed to uphold its Equality and Diversity Policy and promoting a culture based on inclusion and integration between all team members.”

About the Grand Hotel Excelsior Malta:

The Grand Hotel Excelsior is ideally located on the doorstep of a UNESCO World Heritage Site – the City of Valletta, with all its major attractions, art treasures, and historical architectural gems. This acclaimed 5 star Hotel in Malta prides itself in providing the discerning traveller with magnificent accommodation, breathtaking views, state-of-the-art meeting rooms, and an unforgettable dining experience. 

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