Ezdan Holding Group has held its annual Iftar gathering at Ezdan Palace Hotel, which started operations recently.The event was attended by more than 300 employees from different departments and many of the Group’s leaders, according to a press statement.
During the ceremony, a film was screened to congratulate the employees on the occasion of the holy month of Ramadan. Entertainment activities, including a contest featuring general knowledge questions, took place during the event and prizes were awarded.
A contest was also organised for Qur’an recitation and chanting at the end of the ceremony.
“Ezdan Holding Group perpetually shows its interest in engaging its employees and benefits from the diversified religious and social events to reinforce social connectedness among employees outside the workplace. Such efforts effectively impact work progress and promote co-operation among all members of the Group and its subsidiaries,” the statement noted.
The Group leaders applauded the efforts of the employees and their team spirit, which contributed to the completion of many projects the Group had embarked upon. They also stressed the importance of solidarity and collaboration among all employees to achieve the desired goals and best results.
The employees who participated in the Iftar gathering appreciated the event.
Ezdan Palace Hotel comprises 195 hotel rooms and suites and around 12 luxurious halls of different sizes, equipped with “state-of-the-art” technology and audio-visual systems serving various purposes.
There are three high-end restaurants: Red Orchid, which serves traditional Asian dishes; Palermo Restaurant for fans and lovers of Italian cuisine; and Tolaitola Restaurant, which offers international cuisine.
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