Stettler hotel recognized as Employer of Choice

Leader in human resources

Canalta Hotels, one of Western Canada’s fastest growing hotel chains, announced today that their Canalta Stettler and Ramada Stettler properties have been designated as an Employer of Choice from the Alberta Hotels and Lodging Association (AHLA), along with 38 of their other properties.

The Employer of choice designation is when the hotel has distinguished themselves as a best practices leader in Human Resources among other tourism employers, setting themselves apart by ensuring the organization is doing the right things to create and sustain a productive and motivated workforce. In order to receive this designation the Canalta Stettler, and the Ramada Stettler had to pass an internal audit of their organizations policies, procedures, structures, resources and strategic direction. Overall looking at how these contribute to the success of the organization.

“This is a great honor for our hotels as we know in today’s economy workers have a wide range of employment opportunities. This is a testament to Canalta Hotel’s Commitment to excellence,” said Brooke Christianson, Vice President of Canalta Hotels. “We understand that our employees are one of the keys to achieving our vision; therefore, we cherish and nurture them, as they deserve.”

“This prestigious designation is not only recognized and valued by our team members but by our customers as well. They recognize employers of choice as a place that is likely to provide a better level of service than their competitor,” said Tracy Peterman, from the department of Culture and Team Member Development.

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