Wynn receives multiple awards at Vocational Skills Competition

  • 13-AUG-2020

Macau, Aug 13, 2020 – This year, Wynn again participated in the second edition of the 'Macao Integrated Tourism and Leisure Enterprise Vocational Skills Competition' co-organised by the Labour Affairs Bureau and the Macao Federation of Trade Unions, now in its second year. Wynn team members achieved outstanding performances and won a number of awards, including the Special Gold Award in Game Table Service, Runner-up in Gaming Calculation, the Special Gold Award and Most Attentive Award in Housekeeping and Theme Design, the Bronze Award in Room Facility and Maintenance, the Gold Award in F&B Culinary, as well as the Best Appetizer, Best Main Course and Runner-up in Overall F&B Performance.
The competition focuses on three key areas including entertainment, hospitality and gastronomy, enabling participants to fully showcase their vocational skills. This year, 17 team members from different departments within Wynn teamed up to take part, competing alongside more than 100 industry peers in various challenges, demonstrating the charm of Macau as a World Centre of Tourism and Leisure. During the competition, members of the Wynn management team also attended to cheer on their colleagues. Wynn team members delivered outstanding performances and completed various challenges thanks to a cooperative team spirit, successfully winning a range of awards across the event.
Wynn is committed to emphasizing employees' professional development. Through the competition, the company hopes to showcase its commitment and focus in talent development, allowing team members to fully demonstrate their vocational skills while also enhancing their confidence and sense of pride in their expertise. At the same time, Wynn strives to offer team members the opportunity to progress their careers in different aspects, and to create more opportunities for nurturing more local talents, enabling the industry to flourish. In doing so, Wynn will continue to support Macau's development strategy as a World Centre of Tourism and Leisure, and assist in the city's diversified economic development.