Hospitality Industry Leader

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Running Head: Hospitality Industry Leader

Hospitality Industry Leader
Richard B Hope
Nassau Community College

Introduction: The Hotel General Manager is someone who works in a hotel. He or she works as a head of the department to coordinate and monitor the progress of business strategies in a large hotel. In medium hotels, the General Manager is responsible for day to day running of the hotel, including carrying out reception duties. A Hotel General Manager is also the person who handles the everyday function and management of the hotel. He or she is responsible for the day-to-day management of a hotel and its staff and has commercial accountability for planning, organizing and directing all hotel
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These, along with the growing importance of the sustainability agenda will define success in the near future.
8. What are the major functional areas in a lodging setting? Hotels are generally divided into three major functional areas. They are the Rooms Division, Food and Beverage Department and Staff & Support Departments.
Rooms Division-Includes Front Desk, Reservations, Uniform Services (Security, etc.), and Housekeeping Food and Beverage department-Includes Restaurants, Bars, Banquets and Room Service Staff and support departments-Includes Accounting, Engineering, Marketing, Human Resources, and Contracted areas
9. Discuss career options for working in the hospitality industry. As a vast, dynamic and growing industry, hospitality provides tremendous opportunity for ambitious students who enjoy working with people. The hospitality and tourism industry operates in a highly competitive environment. Hospitality Industry represents a broad range of career opportunities in industries that include:
• hotels and resorts
• restaurants and commercial food service
• airlines, cruises and other transportation
• environmentally sustainable and cultural tourism development
10. Discuss the economics of the hotel business. The hotel business is cyclical. It is also highly capital intensive, with, depending on the economy, varying sources and levels of capital flowing into the industry. One factor that is typically considered in analyzing the financial
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