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NH Hoteles De Kleetlaan 14 1831 Diegem Tel: 02/203 92 52 Website: www.nh-hotels.nl E-mail: nhbrusselsairport@nh-hotels.com

Kort
- Spaanse hotelketen - Actief in meer dan 27 landen - Wereldwijd 22.000 medewerkers - België telt 550 medewerkers - 11 hotels in België

NH Hoteles is een Spaanse hotelketen, met 11 hotels in België. Klantgerichtheid, diversiteit en milieubewustzijn staan hoog in het vaandel. De doorgroeimogelijkheden van de medewerkers zijn heel uitgebreid.

Arbeidsvoorwaarden Interne promotiekansen Opleiding en Training Bedrijfscultuur Werksfeer en -omstandigheden

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+: Uitgebreid opleidingsaanbod op alle niveaus. NH Hotels besteedt veel aandacht aan de interne mobiliteit, zowel nationaal als internationaal. !: NH Hoteles wil nog meer de focus leggen op de otnwikkeling van de arbeiders.

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TOP EMPLOYERS BELGIE/BELGIQUE 2010

NH HOTELES

Arbeidsvoorwaarden
- Loon volgens barema’s van de horeca, maar wordt ruim gecompenseerd door extralegale voordelen - Groeps- en hospitalisatieverzekering, voor alle niveaus - Kortingen bij het reizen

NH Hoteles ter introductie
NH Hoteles, opgericht in 1978, is een Spaanse hotelketen met ruim 400 hotels in 27 landen. De voorbije jaren groeide NH Hoteles sterk door enkele overnames te doen. Wereldwijd werken 20.000 mensen voor de hotelketen, in België zijn 550 medewerkers tewerkgesteld in 11 hotels. HR-manager Ann Leonard omschrijft de bedrijfscultuur van NH Hoteles als open en warm. “We dragen zorg voor onze medewerkers”, legt ze uit. “Dat warme is misschien een typisch Spaans kenmerk. Voor het overige wordt onze bedrijfscultuur vooral door Nederland geïnspireerd. Op HRvlak zijn Nederlanders vaak vooruitstrevender op het vlak van opleiding en ontwikkeling.” Ann Leonard is verantwoordelijk voor HR op de Belgische, Franse en Luxemburgse markt. “Ik krijg veel…...

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