What the monkey?
A giant Monkey King in the Forum. 24 monkey minions around the Resort. An underwater dragon. Nope, this is not Journey to the West, but a celebration of the Year of the Monkey at the Resort. Here are some snaps.
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This post also appears on RWScoop, the official blog for Resorts World Sentosa.
Reminder: Gifts and tips
Festive seasons are great for feasting and gifting. But as we toast to a successful year ahead, it is timely to remember the following:
• On tips: RWS has a ‘No-solicitation of Tips’ policy. Team Members should not directly or indirectly solicit tips from guests. Any tips approved for your retention should be declared to Rosalind Tiow (Human Resources) for CPF and tax purposes. Team Members working outside the Casino are not allowed to accept chips as tips.
• On gifts: ...
RWS keeps bizSAFE STAR status
RWS has obtained the bizSAFE STAR status for the second consecutive cycle, the only integrated resort to do so. The Star status is the highest level in the 5-step bizSAFE programme that helps companies build up their safety and health capabilities to keep employees safe at the workplace.
Huat a feast!
What’s Lunar New Year without Yu Sheng and all those auspicious dishes? Here are four must-tries on the menus of restaurants Forest 森, Feng Shui Inn and Avenue Joffre this Year of the Monkey.
Pan-seared Tiger Prawns with Sauce 嘻哈欢笑•格兰汁煎生虾, @Feng Shui Inn
When it comes to prawn dishes, freshness makes or breaks the deal. These large tiger prawns (see above) scored high on the freshness scale, which is evident in its moist crunchiness. The secret sauce ...
What makes a good Security Team Leader?
A Security Team Leader’s role spans across the Resort properties, from the casino to hotels, attractions and more. It comes with a myriad of daily challenges that the Leads have to resolve, with each day seldom being the same. A Security Team Lead tells us how he takes these on with clarity of purpose, service and teamwork.
To meet these challenges, it is paramount to focus on our mission and raison d’etre: to provide a memorable guest experience by ensuring a safe and ...
Can you haiku?
Haiku, the three-line poetry popularised from Japan, made a splash with children at S.E.A. Aquarium last month. Four haiku workshops by poet Shelly Bryant and a recycled materials handicraft-making session were held, in conjunction with the launch of the 14th World Children’s Haiku Contest on 16 Jan 2016.