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Radisson Blu Resort Fiji delivered $10,000 worth of Staff Assistance

Since the second wave of Covid-19 in April, with lockdowns and travel restriction, life has not come easy to anyone in Fiji especially in the Tourism Industry. Radisson Blu Resort Fiji continued to stay open for business 7 days a week and looked at strategies and opportunities to sustain business and to provide jobs for the staff. The outbreak and lockdowns that followed brought the business to critically low occupancy level and subsequently reducing employee numbers and working hours for almost 3 months now.
To assist their team during these difficult times, Radisson Blu Resort Fiji has delivered $10,000 worth of groceries shopping vouchers and packs for their staff and families who has been affected since the outbreak in April 21.
Denarau Island, Fiji, 02 July.

Image: Team Radisson Blu Resort Fiji distributing Food Vouchers

Our colleagues are the main asset of our company, they have contributed to the success of our business, and we are determined to assist and look after them and their families to the best of our capabilities. To make it easier and safer for them, we delivered the vouchers to their homes to spare them unnecessary movements and risks. I hope that with the vaccination efforts we will be able to return quickly to a normal operation and be able to bring them back to work’, says General Manager, Mr Charles Homsy.

MEDIA CONTACT: Ema Rayasi Leawere, Director of Sales & Marketing, Radisson Blu Resort Fji eleawere@radissonfiji.com | T: +679 675 6635
https://www.radissonhotels.com/corporate

For more information, www.radissonfiji.com

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