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MGallery Hotel to hire 150 workers with an edge in July


The Silveri Hong Kong - MGallery announced last Thursday (20 June) its plan in July to recruit 150 new employees from Hong Kong and overseas, ahead of its upcoming opening of the MGallery hotel by the end of 2019.

In keeping with the fundamental ethos of the brand and creating a passionate and highly engaged service culture, the boutique hotel aims to recruit a young and dynamic international workforce who also embrace diversity. Personality and individuality, as portrayed on the recruitment poster below, are key elements MGallery is looking for in candidates.

“Our hotel will be bold and distinctively different, and we are looking for individuals who are equally independent and unique to join our team,” said Nicholas Cullum, cluster general manager for The Silveri Hong Kong - MGallery & Novotel Citygate Hong Kong.

“Welcoming others, giving recognition, drawing on their differences and valuing them these principles are rooted in our DNA.”

Cullum added that an ideal candidate would be creative, ambitious and bold while holding a strong belief that he or she can contribute to MGallery hotel's team of unique personalities.

A recruitment open day is currently planned for July. MGallery will provide interactive and dynamic training to new hires such as continuous improvement, results-oriented training, thoughtful career and personal development programmes.

Accor's MGallery hotel will be situated in the Tung Chung district of Lantau Island, as part of the Citygate integrated project. With over 4,800 properties worldwide, Accor emphasizes strong career progression opportunities worldwide for employees, not only limited to managerial grade staff but those on the frontline as well.

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