The resort that paid the highest service charge allowance in the month of June is Velaa Private Island Resort.
According to Maldives Service Charge, Velaa Private Island paid their staff USD 740.40, equivalent to MVR 11,416.97.
This is a decrease in MVR 11,866.92 as the staff members were paid MVR 23,283.89 in the month of May which is equivalent to USD 1,209.98.
Compared to previous months, the amount of service charge received by the staff of resorts across the Maldives has decreased overall in June.
Cheval Blanc Randheli which was 2nd place in MAy is now at 30th place with USD 400. While Veligandu Island has raised to 2nd place with USD 620 and Hurawalhi Island Resort is at 3rd with USD 605.
Maldives Service Charge website shows that only 55 of 148 resorts shared their information with them for June 2019 as well.