BMICH rewards 25 years’ service tenure

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The BMICH commenced the first working day of 2017 with a multi-ethnic, multi-religious inauguration to herald the New Year on an inspiring note designed to take the award-winning success of the previous year to greater heights.  
Blessings were bestowed by leading Buddhist, Hindu, Christian and Muslim clergy who were invited to participate in the auspicious event. The employees also took their traditional oath of allegiance.
The highlight of the occasion was indeed a memorable event for the 19 employees who are employed at the BMICH for over 25 years. 
Each of them received a gold sovereign as a valuable token of appreciation for their long service.  
The best performers of 2016 were also recognized and presented with trophies and certificates. Recognition for the Employee of the Year took pride of place. The best performers at each quarter were evaluated in choosing the Employee of the Year.   
“Everything we do at the BMICH contributes to the overall efficiencies and effectiveness that promotes customer-centric service delivery,” explained the company spokesperson. 
“Last year, we were proud to become the winner of Gold Century International Quality ERA Award in Geneva and also become the Leading Meeting & Convention Venue at the South Asian Travel Awards. Both these awards endorse the high caliber of our staff as well as the excellent facilities offered by the BMICH, the spokesperson added. 

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