Top restaurant brand opens new staff housing
Sharjah, March 25, 2009
Cravia, owners of some of the best known restaurant brands in the region including Cinnabon, Seattle’s Best Coffee, Zaatar W Zeit and Roadster diner, has opened a new staff accommodation building, Cravia Tower.
The building provides accommodation for 582 employees with the aim of reducing the time staff spend driving to and from work.
Cravia Tower is located on the Emirates Road in Sharjah and has been designed to provide staff with a high quality living environment supported by an enviable range of recreational amenities.
Cravia CEO, Walid Hajj said that as its business continues to grow, the company wanted to reward staff for their continued commitment by giving them a happy and convenient home environment.
“We greatly value our staff,” stated Hajj. “They are the most important part of our business and are integral to the future of the company.”
“Cravia Tower fulfils a promise we made to reward staff for their continued support. It is also an investment by us in their contentment and a statement of our appreciation for their work in helping make Cravia such a success,” he added.
“As Cravia continues to acquire new brands, we have a need to recruit more staff. As a consequence the accommodation at Cravia Tower will help us attract and retain the very best, a fact that translates into high customer service standards and happy customers.”
The Cravia Tower contains 28 one-bedroom and 42 two-bedroom apartments spread over eight floors. The tower also has 22 dedicated parking slots, a security room, gymnasium an ‘entertainment zone’ with billiards, chess and checkers and a training centre and cyber café. – TradeArabia News Service
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