While in India the youth and many others are still striving to get decent jobs,Young Pál, has got lucky to have found a placement with a hotel in Iceland.
The work of this employee is a wee bit different from the rest; her role with Fosshótel involves the catching of mice as official ´Mousekeeper´ in addition to purring up to guests and taking on the immense task of being cute around the clock on a daily basis.
Pál Dánielsdóttír conscientiously began working on a self-appointed basis before being appointed for the role. The worker´s union demands all employees to have their own ID card and Fosshótel take the employment regulations seriously; thereby providing Dánielsdóttír with her very own ID card became a matter of utmost importance.
As a result, Pál´s charming endeavours have won her a staff card that has gone viral on the social media platform Facebook where her Hungarian owners, Dániel Puskás and Zsuzsa Szabó, originally posted about their furry pal´s ventures in employment. The post went viral, garnering over nine thousand upvotes on Reddit alone. Following her success story, Dániel and Zsuzsa went on to create an Instagram and Twitter page for Dánielsdóttír.
pal.the.mousekeeper as she is called on her Instagram account has 4,634 followers already.
In June 2017, CEO and founder of Jannah Hotels and Resorts in Abu Dhabi, Nehme Imad Darwiche initiated the ‘office cat’ policy.
“Studies reflect that nurturing pets in an office environment increases office communication and lowers the stress of its professionals significantly. We identify as a team that harbours a deep love of felines and consider our pets as a vital part of the Jannah family,” said Darwiche.
He further said that the hotel had eight furry friends that help keep employees happy, and even hotel guests in on the act by petting and playing with them during their stay.
“In an industry like tourism and hospitality where long hours are common, having pets around helps everyone maintain a positive and motivated attitude. Whether our cats are dozing on our laps, lounging on a desk, or peeking at us from around our computers, their presence is accompanied with a healing effect,” added Darwiche.
The story has been referred to from Online Mag Grapevine