Four Bermudians lose jobs at hotel
Four hotel workers, all Bermudian, have been made redundant at one of the Island's leading hotels.
The cuts at Rosewood Tucker's Point were ascribed by a spokeswoman to “restructuring”.
The East End hotel, which employs 238 people, is understood by The Royal Gazette to have laid off its clubhouse secretary, warehouse manager, general manager of the Harbour Court, and the marketing co-ordinator.
Exactly who has been cut was not confirmed by the resort, however.
The cuts were last night termed as a recent “strategic decision to right-size our operation”.
The spokeswoman added that the hotel has 97 percent Bermudian employees and said Tucker's Point would continue to evaluate its operations and “add new positions as we see fit”.
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