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Sun, Sand and British workers

Sun, Sand and British workers
 
Despite the economic crisis claiming many casualties in the leisure industry, British hospitality workers are being targeted by foreign companies looking to acquire key skills.
 
Berkeley Scott, specialist recruiters for the hotel and leisure industry, have been retained by an African hotel chain to recruit a variety of senior positions across the whole of Western Africa.  The positions, which include General Managers, Deputies, Facilities Managers, Food & Beverage Managers and Head Chefs, will all be based in one of the companies 19 African hotels.
 
Mark Darby, managing director of Berkeley Scott, comments that the reputation British hospitality workers have across the globe is very strong.  The professionalism, dedication and raw talent they posses is the reason why the hotel chain have come to the UK to recruit their key employees.
 
A delegation from South Africa will be flying out to interview British workers over the coming weeks.  Those successful will be flown out to Africa and given accommodation, all whilst being paid an extremely attractive salary. 
 
These roles really are life changing to the individuals employed explains Darby but more than that, at a time when the focus is on the nationalities of people working in British hotels it underlines how well people within this industry travel, and moreover how well thought of British hospitality personnel are.
 
Established in the sixties, the company is the fastest growing hospitality group in sub-Saharan Africa.

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