The hotel group, a member of the IBL Group, stood out among 21 companies, as LUX* Resorts & Hotels was awarded the first place at the first edition of the Awards by The Great Place to Work Institute, held Friday the 17th of November at Le Meridien Pointe aux Piments. The companies from 5 different industries were assessed during an exercise recognizing the organizations where it is good work.
This managerial audit, conducted in Mauritius by The Great Place to Work Institute, interviewed some 20,000 employees. This distinction is granted to organizations that satisfy at least 70% of employees in the "trust index" and the second part of the exercise, the "culture audit" allows companies to stand out and position themselves in the list of winners.
"This first place is above all a recognition of the tremendous work accomplished by all our employees throughout our destinations and our representative offices. This distinction belongs to all our teams who, each day, set the bar very high to guarantee an unforgettable stay to our guests. The management of LUX* Resorts & Hotels joins me in warmly thanking each of our employees for their commitment to delivering excellence every day while maintaining our brand promise. It is precisely this teamwork that is rewarded today," according to Nicolas Autrey - Group Chief Human Resources Officer.
21 companies took part in this evaluation exercise, recognizing organizations where the work climate is appreciated by employees. Great Place to Work®, with 25 years of experience, has developed cutting-edge expertise in evaluating successful businesses.
Currently present in 50 countries, the institute collaborates each year with more than 6,000 organizations worldwide.
"In Mauritius, regardless of the size of the company or the sector of activity, people are very proud of their company. There is a strong sense of belonging. They have, however, clearly defined needs regarding the company's vision of their future and their employability. Managers should not only make Mauritius a good place to live, but a good place to work. And that is entirely possible," said Pierre Fournier, representative of Great Place to Work, who was present at the Executive Forum.