The announcement follows the decision of the major shareholder of LAMPSA Hellenic Hotels, a distinguished group in the hospitality industry, which owns the three hotels in Athens.
According to an announcement by LAMPSA SA, the second-year bonus to all hotel associates will total 1.3 million euros as a gesture of appreciation for their professionalism and efforts.
“This reward serves as a testament to their commitment to delivering exceptional hospitality services and their ability to excel during demanding periods,” LAMPSA said, adding that each associate will receive a 1,000-euro bonus irrespective of their ranking at the three hotels.
A company with a long-standing history in the hospitality field, LAMPSA firmly upholds the belief that employee recognition lies at the core of its corporate philosophy.
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“This accolade reflects the enduring commitment of LAMPSA SA to charting a shared path with its employees, driving future accomplishments and continuing to thrive as the oldest hospitality and tourism organization in Greece,” the hospitality group said.
According to LAMPSA, the bonus initiative not only symbolizes the group’s gratitude towards its valued associates but also reinforces their pivotal role in achieving the company’s vision.
“Through their exceptional skills and outstanding achievements, they contribute significantly to the company’s success and the promotion of Greek hospitality,” LAMPSA added.
Lampsa Hellenic Hotels SA operates the Hotel Grande Bretagne, the King George Hotel, the Athens Capital Hotel, the Hyatt Regency and the Mercure Excelsior Hotel in Belgrade.