Velaa Private Island distributed the highest service charge in November, allotting MVR 20,497 per employee.
The allocation marks an MVR 6,372 increase compared to the MVR 14,125 given per head as service charge in October.
The second highest service charge was distributed by Cheval Blanc Randheli which ranked first in October. Randheli allocated MVR 17,671 per employee in November.
One and Only Reethi Rah distributed the third highest as service charge with an allocation of MVR 14,217.
Recently opened Waldorf Astoria Maldives Ithaafushi also ranked well in terms of service charge distributed in November, allocating MVR 11,195.
The Maldives Serice Charge website revealed that 12 resorts had allocated figures of over MVR 10,000 as service charge for workers. Anantara Kihavah, Velaa Private Island, St Regis Vommuli Resort and Jumeira Vittaveli Resort were among these resorts.
According to Maldives Serice Charge website, out of the 151 resorts operating in Maldives, only 65 revealed information concerning their distribution of service charge. Figures stated on the website are sourced from resort workers.