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Accor To Hire Over 1,100 Employees In India By End Of 2012
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Accor To Hire Over 1,100 Employees In India By End Of 2012
 

http://www.travelbizmonitor.com/accor-to-hire-over-1100-employees-in-india-by-end-of-2012-16321

04 May 2012

Mumbai:
Accor is on a recruitment drive to meet the needs of its growing network of hotels in India. It will add 1,100 employees to its existing staff of 3,600 employees for the 11 hotels opening this year. Commenting on its recruitment plans, Ashwin Shirali, Regional Director - Human Resources, Accor India, said "We have successfully added efficient employees till today and with the introduction of new brands and opening of hotels by Accor in India, we expect to create significant job opportunities across all segments. Employees are the most important ambassadors of the hotel, and therefore, hiring the best is crucial for operations."

According to a press release, with five new hotels opened in April alone and a further six to open before the close of 2012, Accor will operate 23 hotels (4,572 guest rooms) in India and remain on track to achieve its development ambition of 90 hotels by 2015. As a part of Accor’s recruitment initiatives, almost all ibis hotels in India have women HR Managers.