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Sunscape Montego Bay rewards excellence

Thursday, February 15, 2018

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MONTEGO BAY, St James — Sunscape Montego Bay recognised over 30 employees for their sterling service at their quarterly Employees & Leader Awards Dinner held at the hotel recently.

The event honoured employees for the period of last September to December 2017, and saw winners walking away with thousands of dollars in cash and prizes in their respective categories.

Employees are nominated based on a positive attitude, commitment to their job responsibilities, being team players and adhering to the policies of the company. Good attendance, punctuality record and a willingness to go beyond regular job assignments are also considered.

There were over 70 nominees in several categories ranging from Community Champion, Going the Extra Mile, Most Loyal, Most Passionate, Employee of the Quarter and Leader of the Quarter.

Guest speaker at the function, T'Shura Gibbs, president of the Montego Bay Chamber of Commerce and Industry, implored the workers to continue to strive for more.

“The fact that you are here and being rewarded means that you have done well, and you will have to continue to set yourselves apart by even doing more and continue to set the bar higher. In doing more you will realise that a critical element is consistency in customer service and doing more than what is asked and expected, by going above and beyond, especially in such a critical industry as tourism,” Gibbs argued.

Human Resource Manager for Sunscape Montego Bay, Doreen Palmer, cited the importance of the event to the company.

“It is one of the ways in which we show appreciation to our hardworking and dedicated employees who consistently demonstrate the values of the company, thereby contributing to its growth. The staff is also very happy with the fact that their contributions are taken into consideration. At Sunscape we are a “family” and so the employees are elated to share as a family and celebrate the success of each other,” Palmer argued.




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