Hospitality Essays


Hospitality Law Essay

Redskin Trademark Facts Many sports teams use Indian logos and names as their moniker. One such team is the Washington Redskins. There are many people, both Indians and non-Indians, that say that the use of such logos is wrong and that the word “redskin” is racist. However, not all people (even including many Indians) agree on this matter (Cox et al, 2017). Issue The issue to address is whether the trademark/patent and other offices have the right to impose a rule or guideline based on the presumption that “redskin” is racist. There is, of course, the question of whether there Continue Reading...

Mark and Mathews Presentation Of Jesus’ Disciples

take nothing else with them. They rely on God's provision and his people's hospitality. They carried out the mission; preaching the gospel, casting out demons, praying for the sick and healing them, and leading many people to repentance. Even though the disciples only understood a fraction of Jesus' mission, particularly the aspect of suffering and eventually dying on the cross, God used them to deliver huge miracles. God makes use of those who are imperfect to effect perfect things using his divine authority; mental capacity and the understanding of the mission at hand notwithstanding.[footnoteRef:4] [4: R. Bailey, 6] Mark… Continue Reading...

Marriott Internationals Management Style

Retrieved from: http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052970203430404577097083490921006 Evans, C. (2016, August 5). The many side of Marriott's Arne Sorenson. Surface. Retrieved from: http://www.surfacemag.com/articles/power-100- hospitality-arne-sorenson Hayes, J. (2014). The theory and practice of change management. London: Palgrave Macmillan. Mandelbaum, A. (2015). Hotel technology innovations that will drive business in 2016. Retrieved from: http://www.hospitalitynet.org/news/4072364.html Marriott, J. (2013). Without reservations: how a family root beer stand grew into a global hotel company. U.S.: Diversion Books. Touryalai, H. (2013, July 15. Marriott's upgrade: new CEO Arne Sorenson freshens up the brand for millenials. Forbes. Retrieved from: http://www.forbes.com/sites/halahtouryalai/2013/06/26/marriotts-upgrade-new-ceo- arne-sorenson-enlivens-the-hotel-giant-aims-for-1-million-rooms/#4cf866dc5dd1 Continue Reading...

Organizational Leadership

such as banks, telecommunication, the public sector, construction and building, hospitality, agriculture, and so forth. This way, generalization of extended and replicated study outcomes may be achieved more confidently for a bigger group of individuals. Respondents will be administered the following Likert scales: Inclusive Leadership, Personnel Creativity, Personnel Work Engagement, and Affective Company Commitment (Choi, Tran & Park, 2015). Also to be identified is company leaders' leadership approach, preferably making sure every approach is taken into account. This will help compare inclusive leadership with other approaches in terms of its competitiveness and efficacy. Longitudinal as well as cross-sectional researches… Continue Reading...

Using Emotional Intelligence in the Workplace

doi:10.15249/10-1-101 Zopiatis, A., Krambia-Kapardis, M., & Varnavas, A. (2012). Y-ers, x-ers, and boomers: Investigating the multigenerational (mis)perceptions in the hospitality workplace. Tourism and hospitality Research, 12(2), 101-121. doi:10.1177/1467358412466668 Continue Reading...

Emotional Labour and Gendered Occupational Segregation

reveals that most jobs, especially those that involve interacting with customers, are occupied by women. Airline, hospitality, and customer service jobs provide good examples. For instance, a call made to a customer service hotline is more likely to be answered by a woman than a man. Similarly, airlines are more likely to employ women in frontline and flight attendant positions. The same trend is replicated in hospitality organisations such as restaurants and hotels, where majority of the waiting and customer service tend to be women. In essence, there tends to be noticeable gender-based segregation when it comes to service… Continue Reading...

Overall Health in Fargo North Dakota

department stores. What type of business climate exists? Manufactures? Light or heavy industry? Large employers? Small business owners? Retail? hospitality industry? Do people have to seek employment elsewhere? Is this considered a "bedroom community"- where people work outside this community but live here? Make sure you address fully what you observed and NOTE if something was not found within your community area. There is not much industry in the city. The biggest employers are the health care facility and the college. There are some retail shops and many restaurants downtown. • Politics What indicators do you see about politics?… Continue Reading...

Feasibility Of Investing in Organic Foods Menu

(March 01, 2011). Profit or principles: Why do restaurants serve organic food? International Journal of hospitality Management, 30, 1, 184-191. Hanks, L., & Mattila, A. S. (February 03, 2016). Consumer response to organic food in restaurants: A serial mediation analysis. Journal of Foodservice Business Research, 19, 1, 109-121. Lu, L., & Gursoy, D. (May 01, 2017). Does offering an organic food menu help restaurants excel in competition? An examination of diners' decision-making. International Journal of hospitality Management, 63, 72-81. Continue Reading...

Dangers Of Backcountry Skiing to Society and Individuals

Martin, and Markku Vieru. "Demand for downhill skiing in subarctic climates." Scandinavian Journal of hospitality and Tourism (2016): 1-18. Faltus, John et al. "Utilization of ImPACT testing to measure injury risk in alpine ski and snowboard athletes." International journal of sports physical therapy 11.4 (2016): 498. Fortin, Jennifer K., et al. "Impacts of Human Recreation on Brown Bears (Ursus arctos): A Review and New Management Tool." PloS one 11.1 (2016): e0141983. Hopkins, Debbie, James ES Higham, and Susanne Becken. "Climate change in a regional context: relative vulnerability in the Australasian skier market." Regional Environmental Change 13.2 (2013): 449-458. Landry,… Continue Reading...

Changing Organizational Structures to Learning Organization

Mechanistic Versus Organic Organizations' Impact on Immigrant Women's Work Satisfaction and Occupational Mobility. Scandinavian Journal of hospitality and Tourism, 6(4), 287 -- 307. https://doi.org/10.1080/15022250601003240 Srivastava, D. K. (2005). Strategies for Performance Management. Excel Books India. Thomas, O. O. (2015). Effects of Organizational Structure on Job Satisfaction in the Nigerian Financial Sector: Empirical Insight from Selected Banks in Lagos State. NG-Journal of Social Development, 5(1), 96 -- 108. https://doi.org/10.12816/0032083 Vance, C. M., & Paik, Y. (2015). Managing a Global Workforce. Routledge. Continue Reading...

Fire Safety Organizations and Affiliations with Other Groups

Rausch (2008) point out, fire service administrators also need to forge creative strategic alliances with local hospitality service industries like hotels, as well as light industry in the area. The key issue with forging these types of alliances is staff training, but information sharing is also a valuable bonus in community embeddeness. Staff training is one of the most important reasons why fire service organizations form affiliations with their community counterparts. Fire service administrators might overlook the importance of forming strategic alliances with community groups, such as youth organizations and faith-based organizations. Yet the staff of community groups often… Continue Reading...

The Tourism Industry in Mexico

as honored guests whom the host country is lucky to have. The tourists enjoy the hospitality shown to them, but there is no equality in the exchange. There has never been equality between the U.S. and Mexico. The history of the two nations has generally been one of antagonism. In the Mexican Civil War of the 20th century, the U.S. was supporting the authoritarian regime against the Cristeros. It warred with Mexico over Texas and beyond. It has used Mexican labor cheaply so that cheap products could be built inexpensively and shipped back across the border so corporations can… Continue Reading...

The Relationship Of Csr and Employee Attitudes Essay

Marketing, 50(1/2), 58-77. King, C. (2017). Brand management–standing out from the crowd: A review and research agenda for hospitality management. International Journal of Contemporary hospitality Management, 29(1), 115-140. Lazaroiu, G. (2015). Employee Motivation and Job Performance. Linguistic and Philosophical Investigations, 14, 97. Lemmink, J., Schuijf, A. & Streukens, S. (2003). The role of corporate image and company employment image in explaining application intentions. Journal of Economic Psychology, 24(1)1–15. Luo, X., & Bhattacharya, C.B. (2006). Corporate social responsibility, customer satisfaction and market value. Journal of Marketing, 70, 1-18. Miles, S. & Friedman, A. (2002). Developing Stakeholder Theory. Journal of Management Studies, 39(1), 1-21. Natarajan, T., Balasubramaniam, S.… Continue Reading...