We are pleased to announce that the Cavendish London has been awarded 63rd place in the Sunday Times Best 100 Small Companies to work for. We are delighted to receive this award for a fourth consecutive year.
To be the only hotel listed in the Top 100 Best Companies is a real testament to the sheer passion and hard work the team put in, from both front of house staff and the support they receive from management level.
The Cavendish London, is based in the well-located area of Jermyn Street in the St James area of Mayfair, well known for its exceptional service and has done exceptionally well to retain its title.
General Manager Neil Braude believes the key to the success of The Cavendish hotel London is investing in our people, communication and empowering our employees. And happy employees deliver great service to our guests.
The Cavendish aims to deliver a superior 4 star service in London for business and leisure travellers alike, where award-winning people create a second-to-none hospitality service.
The Cavendish London was also highly praised for its high standards in "giving something back" where they are commended for their employee communication and engagement, through charity cycle rides, bungee jumps, skydiving and Springboard participation".
In addition The Cavendish also achieved the second highest rating in the category "taking care of our environment", which is a statement to the passion the Cavendish have for its environment through initiatives such as the carbon neutral offset project in Brazil which they strongly support.
Sarah Banner, HR Manager and Catey award winner for HR manager of the year 2012 adds: "We want to see our people learn and grow and recognise the need to invest in their development. We have created training programmes individually tailored to help them achieve".
We at the Cavendish will continue to strive to deliver the exceptional service that both our business and leisure guests have come to know and trust and look forward to developing our on-going relationships with you for many years to come.