Opening doors to employment
CLC World works with numerous organisations – town halls, agencies, universities and educational institutions – to provide equal and fair access to employment opportunities.
In December, Fundación Adecco visited CLC World’s HR department on the Costa del Sol, with a number of candidates, to discuss future employment opportunities within the company.
Fundación Adecco aims to increase employment take-up for example amongst groups such as victims of domestic abuse, people with disabilities, immigrants and the long-term unemployed.
Beatriz Zambruno, HR Supervisor, organised the meeting introducing managers from different areas of the business to candidates from La Asociación Down and Adecco representatives.
Following introductions, an overview of the company and how the recruitment process works, Ricardo Lopez Jimena, Head of Reception MDS, took everyone on a tour of one of our resorts, Santa Cruz Suites. Taking in the gardens, Safari restaurant, Signature Suites and Housekeeping’s stores, the tour was a good insight into the service side of the business.
The candidates showed keen interest in the resort and “talked with pride about what they can do when given the opportunity to demonstrate their abilities.”
Ricardo found the tour very fruitful and on a personal level was pleased to have had the chance to be their guide. When leaving, one of the candidates, Alejandro, touchingly said “we are family.”
Virginia, from Adecco, thanked CLC World for the opportunity saying, “it was a productive day and the tour was enriching for both them and us.”
CLC World is committed to an equal opportunities approach to recruitment, always looking for ways in which we can integrate greater diversity into our workforce, and with processes designed to give all candidates a fair chance at employment.