Service Charge Rankings in Maldives: Top Resorts, August 2021
The Maldives is home to luminous cyan-blue water and whiter-than-white powder sand, attracting millions of tourists every year. The country is a little-known Indian Ocean paradise ideal for both foreign tourists and job seekers.
While the Maldives is undoubtedly a fascinating destination for international tourists, why should professionals choose a career in the Maldivian tourism industry?
The hospitality industry in the Maldives is lively, vibrant, and always interesting.The industry offers exciting career opportunities for both full-time and seasonal workers, ensuring impeccable work experience, offers high-paying jobs, and benefits from the service charge customers pay.
During the month of August, 2021 three resorts in the Maldives paid employees more than USD 1,000 as service charge. Among which are properties such as: Nautilus Maldives, The Ritz Carlton Maldives and Waldorf Astoria Ithaafushi.
According to the organization, Nautilus Maldives paid USD 1,623 as service charges while The Ritz Carlton Maldives paid its employees USD 1352.10 and Waldorf Astoria Ithaafushi paid USD 1,263.95.
All tourist facilities in Maldives are legally mandated to pay a service charge and after changes were brought to the employment laws in the Maldives, 10 percent from services was collected as service charge at resorts. This amount is to be equally divided among employees.