Jinjiang Honor International Hotel-organize and carry out a variety of cultural and sports activities
Summary:To "welcome May 1st and celebrate May 4th", enrich the spiritual culture and spare-time life of hotel staff, strengthen the friendship and communication between staff, and also provide
To "welcome May 1st and celebrate May 4th", enrich the spiritual culture and spare-time life of hotel staff, strengthen the friendship and communication between staff, and also provide opportunities for staff to show their talents. The hotel’s party branch and general league branch decided to organize an employee tug-of-war competition, billiards game, and karaoke game from May 10 to May 12.
On May 10th, the hotel organized a unique tug-of-war competition, and all the staff participated in the event with great enthusiasm. We have ten men's teams and six women's teams participating in the duel, and the team leader will draw lots to determine the opponent. The scene of the game was fierce and tense. When the referee's whistle sounded, the team members used all their strength to pull the rope back. The surrounding cheerleaders tried their best to shout "Come on", whistles and shouts came and went one after another. The referees are based on the principle of fairness and impartiality, and the players adhere to the principle of "friendship first, competition second". After fierce endurance and physical strength contests, the men's team won the championship by the security department, and the Chinese and Western kitchens won the championship respectively. Runner-up and third-place. The women’s team confrontation was even more exciting. In the finals of the championship and runner-up, the whistle blew, and the victory was not yet divided. The two sides broke the rope. In the end, the championship was won by the housekeeping department. Three.
The billiards game was held on the afternoon of May 11 in the activity room on the 8th floor. All players draw lots to determine their opponents. The front office and the western restaurant each sent a female player. After the start of the game, the players entered a tense atmosphere. Several referees rated the players similar to the international snooker standard. At the same time, the players' wonderful skills were also vividly displayed. The outstanding performance of the players, the gorgeous posture, and the superb skills made the audience cheer from time to time. The focused expression, the right strength, precise positioning, and tight defense all reflect the professional level of the players. After 12 duels, 12 players entered the second round of promotion. After 6 duels, 6 players entered the third round. Finally, 3 players were selected to compete for the championship, second and third place. Although most of the contestants in this event are amateurs, they brought us a very exciting duel with their love of billiards.
The most exciting is the karaoke contest held in the Peony Hall on the afternoon of May 12th. More than 20 singing enthusiasts from various departments of the hotel signed up for the employee karaoke contest. In order to ensure the fairness and justice of the event, the judges of this karaoke contest consist of the general manager of the hotel and four judges. The results of the competition are determined by the judges according to the scoring standards. The event lasted 2 hours. After the players’ affectionate interpretation, Deng Wenjun, a marketing player, won the first place with a song "It’s Bitter". The marketing player Gao Shuo and the Chinese food player Luo Lin were both stable and affectionate. Singing won the second and third place respectively.
Honor Hotel Group attaches great importance to the construction of corporate culture. Through the organization and development of cultural and sports activities, it strengthens the cohesion of employees and builds a strong corporate culture atmosphere. At the same time, it also allows everyone to have a better understanding and understanding of the corporate culture of honor, and better display The real charm of the hotel's people-oriented management concept.