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Dorsett Putrajaya appoints Director of Sales and Human Resources Manager 

Dorsett Putrajaya, managed by Dorsett Hospitality International and scheduled to open in Q4 of 2015 has announced the following appointments:  
Norhayati Binti Muhammad Yusoff as Director of Sales.  Norhayati or better known as Yatie will be responsible for all aspects of Dorsett Putrajaya’s pre-opening sales and marketing strategies, short and long term planning and preparation of the marketing, sales plans, programs, annual budgeting; and most importantly in driving results for the hotel.

Norhayati began her hospitality career in 1990 and possessed immerse knowledge about the industry having worked her way through various divisions from front office to reservation before embarking on a sales role with Holiday Villa in Subang Jaya, Malaysia.   

Prior to her current appointment, Yatie was the Director of Sales with The Royale Bintang Kuala Lumpur.  She has also worked in other hotels in Malaysia such as Palace of The Golden Horses, Impiana KLCC & Spa and Sheraton Hotel in Penang to name a few.

Asmawi Ahmad Zabidi as Human Resources Manager.  A graduate of University Teknologi Mara majoring in Human Resource Management, Asmawi in his newly appointed role will be in charge of the overall recruitment of the soon-to-open property and day-to-day management of the hotel’s associates’ welfare, implementation of human resources policies and procedures as well as all strategic management of all human resources matters.  

With more than 10 years’ experience in Human Resources, Asmawi has vast knowledge in developing and implementing a full spectrum of human resources programmes, services and functions.  His past portfolio includes appointments with Hyatt Regency Kuantan, Tanjung Jara Resort, Casa del Rio Melaka, InterContinental Hotel Kuala Lumpur and Impiana KLCC; all located in Malaysia.

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