Hospitality firm Accor today said it will hire 1,100 people in India this year to meet the needs of its growing network.
The company plans to operate 90 hotels in India by 2015. It already has 3,600 employees here,the company said in a statement.
“We expect to create significant job opportunities across all segments varying from luxury to upscale,mid-scale and economy to low-cost,” Accor India Regional Director Human Resources Ashwin Shirali said.
In April,Accor opened five new hotels in India and six more will be opened in 2012,the company said.
“By the end of 2012,Accor will operate 23 hotels (4,572 guest rooms) in India and remains on track to achieve its development ambition of 90 hotels by 2015,” it said.
Accor is determined to hire young versatile talented staff that could be trained to multitask at various levels and will be capable of supporting the broad portfolio of properties,further experiencing faster career advancement,it added.