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Sunday Times names The Cavendish Hotel as best small hotel employer

By Becky Paskin , 25-Feb-2011

Related topics: Business, Events & Awards, Hotels

The Cavendish Hotel in London was named the 35th Best Small Company to Work For by the Sunday Times – the only hotel to make the list.

The Cavendish Hotel's Ciaran Fahy (front right) collects his award

The Cavendish Hotel's Ciaran Fahy (front right) collects his award

The awards lists the top 100 small companies in the UK according to their performance in eight key indicators of staff engagement: leadership, relationship with management, personal growth, wellbeing, teamwork, corporate responsibility, job engagement and fair treatment of staff.

Managing director of The Cavendish, Ciaran Fahy, was praised for his high leadership standards, creating morale amongst staff and his work within the wider community.

He said: Fahy said: “This award celebrates the great effort the whole team has put in to making The Cavendish London an exemplary hotel to work. To be recognised in the top 100 companies list, as judged by The Sunday Times and Best Companies, means we’ve achieved what we set out to do – to be the best four-star hotel in London, with caring people creating special experiences.”

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