March 17, 2016
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Atlantis and its owner, Brookfield Asset Management, have announced a $3m pledge to benefit Hurricane Dorian relief efforts.“All of us here at Atlantis are deeply saddened by the devastation of our sister islands Abaco and Grand Bahama. We are thankf
The hotel union’s president yesterday called on any a new Atlantis owner to ensure employees “get a piece of the pie”, while voicing optimism that it would “bring stability to the property”.Expressing “no major concerns” over Brookfield Asset Managem
TOURISM Minister Dionisio D’Aguilar confirmed yesterday Brookfield Asset Management is again searching for a company to purchase the Atlantis Paradise Island Resort, after a prospective sale fell through last year. According to the minister, “this i
HOTEL workers overwhelmingly backed a strike during an official Bahamas Hotel Catering and Allied Workers Union’s poll yesterday.
The hotel union will take a strike vote this Thursday after slamming the industry’s proposal to eliminate the automatic 15 percent gratuity and other worker benefits as “a slap in the face”.
All performance indicators for major Nassau/Paradise Island hotels increased by double digit amounts every month in the 2019 first quarter, with room revenues ending the period up 37 percent.
The potential sale of Atlantis to a New York-based real estate investor, which was backed by Qatar’s sovereign wealth fund, has fallen through and will not be revived.
ATLANTIS’ assertion that there is “no basis for a strike vote” was yesterday vehemently rejected by the hotel union, which said it still plans to proceed with its December 18 poll.
SENIOR Atlantis Vice-President Ed Fields insisted there would be “absolutely no layoffs” at the hotel after laundry workers were told some positions had been made redundant yesterday morning.
Atlantis has enjoyed “one of the strongest first quarters in many years”, its top executive revealing that business is “well ahead” of 2017 numbers.Audrey Oswell, pictured, the Paradise Island resort’s president and managing director, told Tribune Bu
A RECENT data security incident “may have compromised” the security of payment information of some customers who used debit or credit cards at food and beverage and retail locations at the Atlantis resort on Paradise Island between November 1, 2016 and April 3, 2017, the hotel said.
A HOTEL union yesterday warned the Atlantis resort against allegedly seeking to terminate employees who have missed work for medical reasons, charging that it would “fight” the company “tooth and nail” to preserve the jobs of workers at the Paradise Island property.
A GROUP of disgruntled Paradise Island-based taxi drivers have expressed concern over some of the Atlantis resort’s employees allegedly facilitating “unfair” competition in the ground transportation industry.
THIRTY mid-level managers at the Atlantis resort on Paradise Island were laid off yesterday, Director of Labour Robert Farquharson confirmed.