Serena Hotels Tanzania bags compliance award
Serena Hotels Tanzania has recently received a compliance recognition award from the National Social Security Fund (NSSF) for its continued compliance record with the Fund. The award was presented on 12th February 2013 by Second Vice President of Revolutionary Government of Zanzibar, Ambassador Seif Ali Iddi at Mount Meru Hotel during the official opening of the Third NSSF Stakeholders Meeting.
Serena Hotels is one of very few exemplary employers in Tanzania who have excelled in various sectors including financial, mining, transport and communication and received recognition in the Tourism Sector Category.
John Mwamakulah- the Human Resource Manager, Serena Hotels Tanzania acknowledged this award saying “Serena Hotels is an equal opportunity employer and benevolence is at the center of our managerial practice. Other than seeking to always provide our employees with a balanced, conducive work environment, their well-being and involvement in the day to day operational issues is also important to us and hence this recognition”.
Last year, Serena Hotels was awarded “Best Hospitality, Travel and Tourism in Africa” by the African Business Awards, as recognition for being one of Africa’s leading companies who have excelled in best practices and driven Africa’s rapidly transforming economy.
The Serena Hotels Group spans some of the most evocative, exotic and enchanting destinations in the world. With a portfolio of twenty four hotels, safari camps, lodges and resorts located in Kenya, Tanzania, Zanzibar, Uganda, Rwanda and Mozambique, and eleven properties in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Tajikistan. The Serena Hotels service profile offers unprecedented comfort, amenities, warmth and personal attention, with a focus on product quality, high service standards and guest satisfaction. Serena Hotels will definitely continue in its quest to be the hotel of choice for any discerning traveller.