The hotel received the “highly acclaimed” award for fostering an “exceptional” working environment and for its “unparalleled” people practices, which sees the organisation invest significant time in the professional training of its people.
According to the hotel, the award is a testament to The Landmark London’s “commitment to its people”, which is led by core values of “respect, integrity, continuous improvement and fun”. HR is also an “intrinsic part” of the company vision and purpose.
Nicola Forshaw, director of human resources at The Landmark London, said: “We are thrilled to have been awarded the Employer of the Year category – we invest a lot of time into our team’s personal progression and career development through our extensive people programme. It is a privilege to be recognised for this”.
Brian Hladnik, managing director of Lancaster Landmark Hotel Company, added: “We are exceptionally proud The Landmark London has been named Employer Of The Year by Investors in People.
“It is down to the hard work of our team that have made this possible and our continual investment into their development.”
The hotel also achieved The Investors in People Platinum Level Accreditation in 2018, the first hotel in the world to be awarded this level by achieving the highest score in accommodation business sector globally.
In 2019, the hotel was also named sixth position in the The Sunday Times’ ‘100 Best Companies to Work For’ in 2019 making the list for the second consecutive year.