SCOTTISH hotel investment company Chardon Trading has retained its accreditation for Investors In People.
The accreditation certifies that Chardon’s portfolio of hotels in Scotland continue to exceed the standard requirements of securing Investors In People designation.
Leah Ronnie, HR Manager at Holiday Inn Theatreland and Holiday Inn Express Theatreland in Glasgow, said: “We are delighted to have retained bronze accreditation for Investors In People status, which gives our guests the assurance of excellent standards of customer service as a consequence of our programme of continual investment in staff training.”
Chardon Trading is a Scottish based hotel investment company founded by Maurice Taylor, one of Scotland’s most renowned hospitality sector entrepreneurs. Established in 1972 with a 10 bedroom hotel in Edinburgh, Chardon Trading currently owns the Holiday Inn Glasgow Theatreland and Holiday Inn Expresses; Glasgow Theatreland, Edinburgh Royal Mile, Edinburgh Airport, Dunfermline and Perth, along with the multi award-winning La Bonne Auberge brasserie in Glasgow, which celebrates its fortieth anniversary this year.