The Grand Whiz Hotel Nusa Dua welcomed its new employees prior to conducting the grand opening. Such welcoming ceremony was carried out in person by the Director of Operations of the PT Intiwhiz International, Endang Mulyadi, at the local hotel, Wednesday (May 1).
Faried as Corporate Human Resources of the Intiwhiz International said there were 75 employees welcomed on the first time. They would fill in the vacant positions of various levels, aside from 5 position filled by a joint team of the Grand Whiz Hotel Kuta. “Hopefully, the grand opening ceremony can be conducted in June 2013,” he said.
Among the new employees, explained Faried, a total of 80 percent was native Balinese, while the others were from various cities in Java. The event was to provide an understanding about the Grand Whiz and to know one another, both between superiors and the subordinates. “The welcoming event is also used as the pre-opening,” he added. (BTN/015)
April 28th, 2013 Unique room at Harris Hotel & Residences Riverview Kuta was filled with cheerful kids holding crayons in their hand. They were exciting to join “FUN COLORFUL WORLD”, the coloring competition held by HARRIS Hotel & Residences Riverview Kuta featuring Waterbom Bali. This event conducted by HARRIS Hotel & Residences Riverview Kuta featuring Waterbom Bali as their support and care to children’s talents and creativity.
"As the winner on the event are Pande Regita (5) from TK Barunawati as the 1st winner, Ida Ayu Dwi Nadya Putri (5) from TK Sabana Sari as the 2nd winner and Gabriel Edward Santiago Putra Clain (6) as the 3rd Winner. With happy , they brought home trophies, Waterbom entrance ticket, Mom & Kid’s spa from H’Spa, Pizza for friends voucher from Harrissimo café & Lounge and goody bags from Harris Hotel & Residences Riverview Kuta, Waterbom Bali and Nestle." Said Emma Larantukan / Marketing Communication Manager Harris Hotel & Residence Riverview-Kuta.(BTN/014)
Condition of safety and comfort in a country becomes the main objective. Even, it is a critical pillar of tourism success. On that account, the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy with the National Police launched the Hotel Security Management System (SMP) in St. Regis Bali Resort Nusa Dua, Monday (Apr 29).
The launch was marked with the beating of gongs by Secretary of the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy, Ukus Kuswara, accompanied by the Head of the Security Maintenance Agency of the National Police Oegroseno, Bali Police Chief Arif Wachyunadi, and Vice Chairman of the Central Indonesian Hotel and Restaurant Association (PHRI) Tjokorda Oka Artha Ardana Sukawati. The launch of the Hotel SMP marked the commencement of the audit for Hotel SMP in Indonesia.
Ukus Kuswara said the quality of security was a strategic step for successful tourism sector. Besides, it was also important to achieve the very large potential of the world tourist market. “To create such security, the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy has issued the Regulation No. PM. 106/PW.006/MPEK/2011 on the Hotel SMP,” he explained.
A film entitled Cita-Citaku Setinggi Tanah or literally My Ideal is as High as Land was played at the Aston Denpasar Hotel and Convention Center on Sunday (Apr 28). Screening of the charity film for cancer patients received applause from the Denpasar dwellers and surrounding communities. Approximately 600 people consisting of children and adults watched the film ordinarily included in the festival overseas.
Public Relations, Rike Liwan, said the actual target was 900 spectators for twice playback. The ticket was sold for IDR 50,000 where the total results of the ticket sale would be entirely donated to the Children Cancer Care Foundation of Indonesia. “The Aston Denpasar is very happy to help the charity event. Ranging from setting up the infrastructure and facilities to playback of the movie on friendship could run well,” she said.
Grand Whiz Hotel Kuta held some social events such as blood donation, Tuesday (Apr 30). Aside from the staff and management of the hotel, the members of the South Kuta Beach Business Association (SKBBA), hotel employees nearby, bankers, suppliers, travel agencies, media and the surrounding communities also donated their blood.
Such social activity in collaboration with the Red Cross of Badung County was able to collect 50 units of blood. The blood would be donated to people in need. “This activity is a form of Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) from the hotel located in the heart of Kuta,” said the Assistant Human Resources Manager, Ida Ayu Ngurah Swardiani.
Creativity of these young people is worth thumbing up. They were very good at mixing drinks. These young men also looked stunning in serving drinks to guests. Their expression and juggling also looked interesting. While dancing in harmony with the rhythm of music, they mixed the ingredients of drink and then served it in artistic expression.
It was the atmosphere of the Flair & Bartending Competition 2013 in the campus of the Triatmajaya Tourism College (STIPAR) Dalung, Saturday (Apr 27). A total of 17 participants comprising the vocational students in Bali got involved in the competition held every year. “The event is to provide an opportunity to develop their soft skills,” said Director of the STIPAR, I Ketut Sutapa.
This is one of a unique way that All Seasons Legian Bali do regularly to touch the hearts of each of our employees through an Employee Birthday Celebration that successfully held on 26th April 2013 in our meeting room. We can imagine how our employee checking mail after a long, and hard day at work. Couldn’t more agree that employees is very important for us, and we try to gather a simply reward for them by celebrating their big day as it necessary to make them feel important in this hotel. We realize this is one of the most powerful motivators that expected to has a long lasting and more noticeable effect on employee motivations in order to keep improving their quality of service for the guest. Happy Birthday ..(BTN015)
Three Japanese students consisting of Natsumi Otake from Faculty of Humanities, Tokyo Kasei University, Mami Kawasaki from the same faculty and Joya Sakamoto from Faculty of Liberal Arts, Sophia University, made their time to drop in at Bali Coffee on Jalan Veteran, Denpasar, some time ago. Accompanied by Mrs. Betty from the STIBA Sarasvati foreign language college Denpasar, they wanted to have a closer at Bali along with the problems it had.
So far, they told the General Manager of Bali Travel News, Gde Palgunadi, if they saw the problems of waste, transportation and poverty needing to be followed up by the government. They would discuss them further in Japan to raise public awareness of Japanese community that frequently visited Bali to date. (BTN/055)
The Bali Safari and Marine Park (BSMP) provided health check up and treatment services for free for the elderly in Gianyar County. Type of the examination included the internal medicine, ENT, eyes, nerves and common diseases. “This activity aims to improve the quality of life of the elderly,” said Hans Manansang, General Manager of the BSMP, in Gianyar, Sunday (Apr 28).
The number of the elderly receiving such free treatment at this time was targeted about 600 people from Lebih, Medahan and Serongga village. They averagely had flu illness and low blood pressure. Many of them also took eye examination. “In the near future, we will conduct prevention and check up of dengue fever. Now, we just need to find the right time,” he added.
Blood donation activity at the Best Western Resort Kuta managed to collect 60 bags of blood. The donors consisted of the employees and management of the Best Western Resort Kuta, Kuta Beach, Kuta Villa, and Premier Sunset Road Kuta. “In addition, the activity is also followed by tourists, travel agencies, representatives of media and surrounding communities,” said GM of Best Western Resort Kuta Benedictus Jodie after donating blood on Friday (May 3).
Benedictus Jodie said the social action in collaboration with the Badung Red Cross was a regular activity held once every six months. “This activity is a form of concern extended by the Best Western for the others and is conducted simultaneously by the group of company across Indonesia,” he said.
This year, he added, his party did not only hold a blood donation, but also other social activities such as the environmental program with the so-called ‘go green, our pleasure’ as a form of appreciation to guests. There was also a program of sending ‘Balinese food, cake and tea to the room’ made by the GM. “Especially for this program, I do it in person as an expression of gratitude,” he said.
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