Of Tombs and Crypts Frank Salt Real Estate goes Treasure Hunting
What is Mozart’s link to Malta? What does Elvis Presley recommend to mothers? What do St Agatha and St Paul have in common? Saturday saw a different agenda for the Frank Salt Real Estate team, foregoing their usual house hunting for another genre of hunting – uncovering mysteries and treasures hidden in the heart of Rabat. This related to the annual Spring Team Building activity organised for the company’s employees by the Marketing and Human Resources Divisions.
On the trails of the Knights of St John and the early Catholics pursued by the Romans, the teams delved into the challenge at hand, solving the perpexling riddles prepared by the organisers. The route took them all around Rabat, including St Agatha’s crypt, St Paul’s Catacombs as well as other sites that are well hidden from the daily visitor of this rich village. Throughout the afternoon they also had time to admire the architectural gems that Rabat boasts off, dating back to various periods of Malta’s rich history.
Team building activities are no novelty to the company’s calendar of events. With Malta’s largest team of property people, team building and social activities play an important role in the company’s calendar.
‘Our team is composed of over hundred employees, all coming from different walks of life.’ says Joseph Lupi, Managing Director, “but as a team, we overcome such situations and turn them into opportunities. We are a growing family business, and we want to make sure that our employees feel part of this family.”
The treasure hunt’s winning team consisted of Jonathan Sammut (Accounts Division), Jacqueline Micallef (Mellieha branch), Alison Vella (Company Director) and Noel Galea (Balzan branch).
For more information about taking up a career at Frank Salt Real Estate one may visit www.franksalt.com.mt.