Nassau-native Leslie Lopez Serves as New HR Manager for Disney Cruise Line

Disney Cruise Line has declared that they’ve hired Leslie Lopez, a Nassau-indigenous, as the Supervisor of Human Assets. In his new purpose, Lopez will guidance DCL’s recruitment and work endeavours in The Bahamas. Lopez will be dependable for setting up interactions with essential business partners when also recruiting Bahamians into different jobs with Disney Cruise Line – both equally onboard its ships and at its premier places in The Bahamas.

“Disney Cruise Line is dedicated to using a the vast majority Bahamian workforce at Castaway Cay in Abaco and our forthcoming encounter at Lighthouse Issue in Eleuthera. Leslie’s international HR knowledge and his deep comprehending of Bahamian tradition will be instrumental in attaining our purpose,” stated Michael Almeida, Director, Human Methods, Disney Cruise Line. “With his capacity to construct constructive workplace cultures and put into practice employee engagement initiatives, Leslie will participate in an energetic role in Disney Cruise Line’s contributions to the Bahamian economic climate and workforce.”

Prior to his existing role as human sources manager with AML Foodstuff Limited, Lopez held many Bahamas-dependent human resources and hospitality positions for world wide companies and resorts. He attained his master’s degree in human useful resource advancement from Barry University and his bachelor’s degree in hospitality management from Florida Intercontinental University. Lopez is a accredited Specialist in Human Methods-Global and holds a educating certification from Harvard College.

By means of his professional and academic ordeals, Lopez created a enthusiasm for connecting Bahamian workers with high-quality careers that serve as foundations for lifelong good results.

“I am most psyched to showcase the assorted talents and abilities of the Bahamian people today and introduce them to a wide variety of good quality work with Disney Cruise Line,” Lopez reported. “I am self-assured that Disney’s dedication to making and supporting career paths for individuals through the Bahamas – together with but not restricted to Abaco and Eleuthera – will have a good extended-term impact all over the islands.”

Disney Cruise Line has long been committed to The Bahamas. Because its maiden voyage in 1998, Disney has introduced innumerable family members to the attractiveness and spirit of The Bahamas and has offered sizeable financial impression while demonstrating a powerful motivation to the ecosystem and the local community. About 75 % of the cruises supplied by Disney have at the very least just one end in The Bahamas, all 4 of its ships are registered in The Bahamas and it is approximated that Disney Cruise Line operations at this time lead additional than $70 million towards the Bahamas gross domestic products each year.

Disney Cruise Line has committed to filling all positions on Castaway Cay with Bahamians across a vary of disciplines with possibilities for schooling and improvement. Disney has received all the essential approvals from the Federal government of the Bahamas and has started do the job at Lighthouse Stage, which is expected to make more than 300 building-related roles – far more than doubling the number of positions Disney Cruise Line committed to in its Heads of Settlement.

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Jackie Gailey

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