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The independent Scottish group, which runs 12 venues in central Scotland, said the bonus would be distributed through its Heartcount scheme, where those with more than a year’s service could receive a 10% share of net profits.
Speaking at The Arches conference in Glasgow, Manorview managing director David Treacy said: “Justice is at the heart of our decisions.
“Every person in every role in our business has an impact on our success, so it’s only right that the benefits are shared fairly.
“The calculation process ultimately means that whether someone is a kitchen nurse, bar team, wedding sales manager, general manager, housekeeper or director – if they work the same hours, they get the same profit share.”
Hotels managed by the group include the Bowfield Hotel & Spa in Howood, the Busby Hotel in Clarkston, the Redhurst Hotel in Giffnock and the Tarbet Hotel in Loch Lomond.
A record £273,560 will be shared among 471 team members.
The group said the bonus for many is equivalent to about two weeks’ wages.
According to it, all earnings are calculated based on the hours worked, not the position or salary level deliberately adopted by the organization.
In addition to profit sharing, Manorview pays all community members a minimum real living wage and supports causes that fight poverty and hardship through the Manorview Foundation.
In December 2023, the company organized 18 free nights for 1,700 underprivileged children.
Steve Graham. The Manorview chairman said: “We are closing all our venues so that every member of the community can attend.
“It’s great to get everyone together to show our gratitude and appreciation and celebrate what we can achieve as a team.
“I’m glad we can once again share the profits with our team members. They do so much for our guests and our teams, and they fully deserve it.”
Employees will receive their share of the Heartcount scheme in their February salary.