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Cayman Islands Wyndham Reef Resort management undertake Labour Law training

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mario-e-ebanks-dlp-960-640GRAND CAYMAN (April 14, 2015) To ensure understanding and compliance with local laws, management at the Wyndham Reef Resort Grand Cayman recently attended a training course on Cayman’s Labour Laws, presented by the Department of Labour and Pensions. The Department’s Director, Mr Mario Ebanks, led this important course for the attendees.

Mr Ebanks confirmed that it was good to see the commitment by the management at Wyndham Reef Resort to this vital aspect of regulation.

“Labour and pensions are critical services to our community and we are delighted that the management at Wyndham Reef Resort recognise this and are willing to apprise themselves of the intricacies of our Labour Law, particularly in light of a slew of amendments to the Law which have been proposed,” he said. “It is extremely important that all employers become very familiar with our Labour Laws to ensure they are well informed, for the benefit of their employees and the company as a whole.”

Wyndham Reef Resort Director, Mr Charlie Thompson said appreciating Cayman’s Labour Laws was a high priority for the company.

“We currently employ 91 staff to whom we, as management, owe due responsibility to ensure that we are all up-to-date on Cayman’s Labour Laws,” he said. “The Wyndham brand is world renowned for its high standards and being a great place to work. In fact, Wyndham has been named one of FORTUNE Magazine’s Most Admired Companies (2008, 2009, 2010, 2012, 2013) and this year it was named as the 2015 World’s Most Ethical Company.”

“We intend to ensure that the Wyndham Reef Resort Grand Cayman continues to uphold these high standards of operation via training courses such as these. Our sincere thanks go to Mario Ebanks for an insightful and comprehensive course,” Mr Thompson said.


IMAGE: Mario Ebanks

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