Great Place to Work
Ever wondered what it takes to be recognised as a Great Place to Work? Tune in to this podcast with our General Manager Alan, HR Manager Shelby and Fania from Great Place to Work as they open up about how we have received this achievement, what it means to us, and what’s next for the Doyle Collection.
A Great Place to Work – celebrating three years in a row
In 2019, for the third year in a row, The Doyle Collection has been recognised as a ‘Great Place to Work’ by the world’s largest People Excellence Programme. This highly prestigious recognition was awarded following an external assessment. employee survey and a comprehensive audit of the company’s culture and people practices.
Gratitude Day 2019
Tune in to our latest Podcast, where we speak to some of our team from the Bloomsbury, the Marylebone and the Croke Park about what makes working with the Doyle Collection so special and what they are grateful for.
Tales of a Snowstorm
As we look ahead to another Winter, Deputy General Manager of the Croke Park, Sean Reid reflects on the snowstorms of 2018 and why he has never been prouder of his team as they delivered a memorable experience in the face of citywide chaos.
Proud to be part of it
A hotel is more than just bricks and mortar, it is built on people. Tune in to hear why Margaux, Janet and Raluca are proud to be part of our teams.
Charlotte’s Mon Voyage Avec St-Germain
As a bartender, it’s important to get to know your product. Charlotte Charret, Head Bartender at The Bloomsbury Club Bar, visited Ardèche to harvest wild elderberries and learn how to make St Germain. Now she’s created a bespoke cocktail menu…
What do these job titles actually mean?
Ever wondered what a Talent Manager or Learning and Development Manager actually does? Tune in to a podcast with Jessica, our Talent Manager and Kevin, our L&D Manager to find out.
The Progression of ‘Proud to Cook’
Eric started out as a Kitchen Porter at The Croke Park, but his Head Chef saw his culinary flair, and enrolled him on our Proud to Cook training programme. Now Eric’s embarking on the two-year National Commis Chef apprenticeship to set him up for a role as a chef.
Wellbeing in the workplace – what does it mean and why is it important? As we commence our annual Wellbeing Festival, we chat to some of the team to get an insider view of the month dedicated to all things wellbeing.