Describe about staffing requirements of different hospitality industries.
Staffing requirements for different companies have a high variation due to the different needs of every business. In the travel industries, the staffing in the hospitality section has a division to enable distribution of tasks and responsibilities to realize a full potential. The tourism industry is responsible for providing essential services to enable individuals and organizations to move and get full-service hospitality to their customers. Hospitality is one of the big branches of the industries working departments. (Olumide, 2016). The section takes responsibilities ranging from accommodation, food service, traveling services, and others. With this division, a proper staffing is a requirement to be in a position to make the overall department become a success.
Food service staff
The orientation of this staff is responsible for providing food services to the clients or customers. Part of the food services provision of fast foods is also in inclusion. Most of the staff has a division into other small sections. An insertion of this are cooks who are responsible for getting meals ready, under good hygiene, and a proper provision of training of the cooks from the management section will provide an initiation which will increase the quality of the services provided by the chefs. (OsinAike, 2016). At a difference aspect servers are the other individuals in the sector of the food service staff, they are responsible for availing the food prepared to travelers. In addition to that host and hostesses cover a large section in the, in the food service staff they tally to make the department complete by providing direction to where the visitors should be in comfort and safe. To achieve this success, the head cooks and chef are in charge to oversee the staff in general.
The other important factor in the involvement is the preparation of menus and ensuring a constant supply of food to all clients. When an assessment is done the resulting positions are; the sous chef are under the supervision of the head chef. The training to ensure a proper staff is in a provision, where the culinary arts program become an essential tool for better services.
Traveling industries have to be in a position to accommodate all the customers opting to have a temporary home to await travel or departure from to their destination. The housekeeping staff has to undergo training too to make sure they get and meet the needs of all the customers entirely. The major function of the team is to replenish linens and other items in the room. Also responsible for making the beds not forgetting to sanitize the chamber. It is usually done in a professional manner to acquire uniformity and retain customers. (Gil-McLure et.at, 2016). According to statistics, it is evident that most training has its origin at work, this is basically, because most of the aspects implored are practical, and the difference in the environment makes it hard sometimes to be a hard task to others. The management has its location in hotel and accommodation management where all the activities are always in a good handle on the section.
As part of their requirements, the section holds a lot of other duties including the management of overseeing the front desk to increase and provide services adequately, thus in most times a minimum of a bachelor’s degree is a requirement. (Good et.at, 2016). Apart from that knowledge from other fields like marketing, management and accounting are also essential. Every bit about the courses leads to allocation to a specified area in the industry.
Travel agent staff
This department is an important tool in the overall industry because this staff will oversee the central and crucial part of the travel industry. It helps in planning and organizing for trips for the customers. They at a greater extent provide information about travel and so offer advice to the overall plan. (Blood et.al, 2016).
When this is in a proper implementation, most problems are not encountered by the customers. Also in one of their provision by allowing the reliance of the client to their hands they become the middlemen to guide them through all other departments.
The wider scope of this staff allows the industry to have a strong interrelation to the customers. In general, its structure of staffing is also responsible for providing entertainment, found under the recreation and leisure part. (Dampier et.al, 2016). This interdependency of the whole traveling company in the hospitality sector ensures a perfect role play to let guests enjoy. Hospitality business has an inclusion of direct completion which makes it more provisional for all the mandate for the company will autofocus to build customer relation through hospitality.
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