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  • Importance Of Guest Satisfaction In Hotel

    Guest satisfaction is kind of importance measurement has been taken in the hospitality industry. Guest satisfaction is to meet customers’ needs and wants (Maslow's, 1943, 1954). When customer stay in hotel, their needs are room. After they meet their needs, they wish to get more facilities like swimming pool, gymnasium or butler service. So, hotel needs to response those needs and wants to increase guest satisfaction. Besides that, guest satisfaction is also based on their experience and…

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  • Room Division Case Study

    front-of-the-house is the area where the guest and the employees meet and interact directly such as front office, restaurant, even is lounges. Second, back-of-the-house is like behind the screen, and guests will less meet the employees who work back-of-the-house. For example, housekeeping, engineering and so on. In short, room division plays an important role in hotel. I will explain more about the relationships between the rooms division product, operational service standards, guest…

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  • Of The Renaissance Montgomery Hotel And Spa At The Convention Center

    a detailed analysis is given in each position. Managers are trained or given advice by other managers or directors. The Event Concierge is usually trained by the existing concierge or by a manager. This position is a solo position specializing in guest contact. The position requires extreme attention to detail, excellent communication skills, professional presentation, flexibility, workability, and sustainability. This job requires time management skills as well as determination to make the…

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  • Ranching Essay

    Things to know about Ranching Ranching is what lots of people think of as dirty work. Which is true, but it can also be very enjoyable. It just depends on the person and what kind of things that person likes to do. Now if that person enjoys nature, but doesn 't mind seeing death then ranching may be a good career. It also depends on how hard a worker that person is, or if the person is just lazy. However lots of people also don’t like it as much, because there are not a lot of benefits. Ranching…

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  • Analysis Of Revolution On The Range By Courtney White

    In Revolution on the Range, Courtney White describes how the American West is coming into a new waive of ranching. How ranching is not just about making money to survive anymore, but also a way to help preserve their land and the land of those around them. For too long the Federal Government has taken away from the rancher’s livelihood, putting restrictions on how many cattle they are allowed to have, where they are allowed to graze, and taking away their right to controlled grass fires.…

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  • Rocky Mountain Scout Ranch

    Last Summer Heather Youmans went to Cimarron, New Mexico to backpack through the wild. She went to Philmont Boy Scout Ranch ,“Born in 1938 as Philturn Rocky Mountain Scout Camp, today’s Philmont Scout Ranch is a bustling center for high adventure and training. Youth and adults take advantage of the Ranch’s camping, training and work programs.” ( She was spending 10 days in the backcountry without electricity and carrying her essentials on her back. Heather went on practice hikes…

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  • Guest Workers In The Underground Economy Analysis

    The Mistreatment of the Guest Worker Guest workers are known to us as documented and undocumented immigrants from other countries. Guest workers migrate to other countries to find work, even though the majority work is low-skilled labor, such as farming, landscaping, caring for children, and housekeeping. How would it feel if employers refused to pay and threatened to deport anyone who complains? These are just a few of the situations that guest workers have to encounter when they work in…

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  • Agent Orange: The Psychological Effects Of The Vietnam War

    When one thinks about the Vietnam War one thing that might come to mind are the psychological effects it had on many soldiers. The most prevalent of those being PTSD, which at the time wasn’t a recognized as a mental disorder. Not to mention it often takes roughly a year for symptoms to set in so it was written off even easier which undoubtedly left many of those suffering discouraged and made to feel alone in their disorder. Psychological disorders aren’t the only problems that arose for…

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  • Personal Narrative: Growing Up In A Vietnamese Family

    Growing up in a Vietnamese family in America, the value of life is highlighted by working hard and knowing your roots. Stories about family hardship and history told from the older generation in my family are mostly ones of war. I have heard many different elements of war: war crimes, anticommunist sentiments, and the escape from Vietnam. Hearing these stories has always resonated with me, motivating me to work hard for the sacrifice of those before me. In that sense, I worked rigorously to…

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  • The Pros And Cons Of Agent Orange

    A Vietnamese farmer and his family had 500 acres of land used for crops, and this land has been in the family for generations. One day it all changed, all the land became useless and frail, and the family risked starvation and poverty. What happened? The answer was simple, Agent Orange. During the Vietnam War, new chemicals called defoliants were being used as a tactic for military purposes. One of the most common defoliants used was called Agent Orange. These defoliants were used as harmful…

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