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Up The Ranks: Bernard Kam joins Sheraton Hong Kong as director of human resources



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Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers announced three new key appoints last week including a new director of Human Resources, Bernard Kam.

Kam has experience in the full range of human resources area including talent attraction & retention, performance management and development, organisation design, merger and integrations with 25 years of experience in the hospitality industry.

Previous roles include senior HR management roles at; Renaissance Harbour View Hotel, Mandarin Oriental, The American Club and most recently group director of Human Resources at Marco Polo Hotels and Plaza Premium Group for five years before moving to the Sheraton.

Kam is responsible for leading the human resource strategies, programmes, training and performance for a total of 630 associates and managers in the hotel.

“People are our most valuable assets. A series of innovative and people-focused programs are set in assisting our colleagues to develop their talents and career as well as maintaining Sheraton’s inspired and committed culture,” said Kam in a statement.

Commenting on all the new appointments including Allwyn D’souza to resident manager and director of sales and marketing, Joyce Wong, managing director of Sheraton Hong Kong Hotel & Towers Charles Woo, said, “Allwyn, Joyce and Bernard are seasoned hoteliers. With their solid experiences in the hospitality industry, we are confident that their exceptional insights will strengthen the teams and take the hotel to even greater heights.”

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