The world leading operator can be faced by challenges that can lead to merging and acquisition as depicted in the case of TUI travel agencies. The changing labor conditions can be a challenging factor even to a giant business firms in the hospitality industry. The human resource challenges include the compression and shrinking of the labor force, the issues to do with union and other escalating healthcare benefits which are attached to the laborers benefits. The labor forces have been found to be shrinking due to changing demographics. This is in cases of the slowing population growth and the aging population that renders few people in the working group.
Unions as well have vested interest in the employee’s welfare and have increasingly posed challenges to the firms. In addition, the increasing health benefits demanded by the unions to be given to the laborers are also challenges faced by these hospitality firms. The firms find it more difficult to hire and retain employees due to this threat by the unions. This has since forced the hospitality companies to be very selective when it comes to selecting the hiring process for their laborers (Hayes, & Ninemeier, 2009).
Furthermore, the escalating operational costs such as the energy costs have posed many challenges to the sector. The global increases in the demand and the witnessed natural disasters have stretched the energy supplies. With the increase in the energy priced over a decade ago, there has been a need to mitigate the rising costs which has proved to be very challenging to the company.
The insurance costs have also been the most challenging obligations ever. The cost of claims in which the industries claims translates to the higher costs of premiums which as well will change the deductibles that imply that it will only cover limited persons. This means that; the ability to participate in the large pools that can, for instance, be the chain operations may soften the impact, but it is also challenging to enter into such union (Enz, 2010).
Most importantly, the brand standards have been the most continuing challenge to the hospitality companies. Many brands have been found to be dynamic, and the companies have as well tried to move on with the changing standards. This is in an attempt to retain their competitive edge in the market which has brought about the increase in the cost of operations of many hotels in the industry.
Research carried out showed that there as well have been a challenge brought in about by the decline in the customers travel which has been found to be difficult since a personal, corporate budgets with the travel expenditures can be reduced by these hotels but have been found to be difficult to handle. This implies that the hotel are well prepared to receive visitors with food present and when they fail to turn up, then loss is experienced in terms of operations (In Gursoy,. Et al. 2015).
In an attempt to remain competitive in the market and be more attractive to the clients, the companies have embarked on renovating and constructing the existing structures that imply the additional costs of operations. This involves the rebranding so as to upgrade the physical conditions of these hotels which additionally results in escalating capital investments exposure for the hotels. This has been challenging as well as most of the industries carry out this activity and none is willing to be left behind.
However, these challenges on the other hand have been found to be the mother of energy being experienced at the hotels recently. The emergence of innovations and more conservativeness have been brought into existence due to creativity. The participants at all the levels of the industry have become more efficient and moreover have found the alternative ways of delivering the similar services to the customers at the reduced cost to the company and the client as well. This, in turn, lead to attraction of more customers (Gursoy,. Et al. 2015).
To overcome these challenges, the companies in the hospitality industry such as the hotels, travel agents and any other relevant company in the sector will have to follow the policies stipulated. The most effective way of solving the emerging challenges is for the whole companies to team together and discusses the challenges that are affecting them as a whole. However since they are competing with each other, only general strategies should be labeled out with regards to the matters affecting the general public. Other strategies should be discussed internally by the firm’s management and come up with the most effective methods of handling the same.
For each and every single company facing these challenges to assist in future developments, they should embrace technology that will help in solving alit of challenges mentioned. By embracing technology, only a few labor can be hired which can be no threat to the declining population of the working group. This is because the technology can function much faster and accurately in helping with some tasks. Moreover, companies will not be competing since the clients will have already known the hotels they will be staying in by the user of the hotels website. In addition, the hotels should seek to adhere fully to the government regulations and union’s demands so as to operate smoothly.
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The tourism industry has been found to be one of the fastest growing industries in the current world. Thus, with this changes being experienced, it implies that the persons indulging themselves in this industry are getting important day by day. Many people have become more interested in all events that touch on the tourism industry. The most important sector in the tourism industry is the hotel sector since it provides for the accommodation to the guests, provide food for the guests and even offer other services such as advising the clients on places where to visit when they want anything. So with regards to the changing tourism industry, the hotels have been affected. The trends have forced the hotels to incorporate and initiate some actions so that they can stay relevant and competent in their fields. In addition, some challenges are being faced but the hotels owners are putting up ways to cope up with such.
The tourism sector has indubitably been the most dynamic sector in the economy. It has accounted for approximately nine percent of the global Gross Domestic Product and almost the three percent of the percent total employment globally. Tourism is dynamic and is growing almost annually by four to five percent in the past ten years which has been found to be the most dynamic sector in the economy.
The hotels industry have been the most affected industries due to the changing tourism practices. For instance, the hotel like McDonald has been forced to change its tactics so that it can handle the changing demands of the tourists. It is for these reasons that the McDonalds have grown and still embracing the growth so that it can remain competent in its market area. It has been found that, the customer needs is the sole function of the McDonalds to fulfill their wants for them.
The hotel is willing to pay more so that they can have greater exploration experience. This implies that the management is working on offering affordable services and products which will meet the tourists changing demands. This has generally produced the new lobby designs in the sector. The lobby restaurants have been seen to be wide open with the combination of work, playing and eating with the customers being the center of all. The customers are looking for the unique and novel command which command the changes in the hotel sector (Einstein, 2007).
The tourists have shown great interest to the economy, and they want to utilize the same while they are on their vacation and holidays. They have changed the things that they are used to doing manually. For instance, when they are applying for accommodation in these hotels, they have to do it over the internet, the online portal. They also pay for the same via online platforms. In addition to showing interest in technology, they embrace other platforms such as the twitter, face book and WhatsApp and even in Instagrams. The hotels have to change so as to handle these demands by the customers.
The tourism sectors changing demands the hotel sector as well to change its customer service practices that they have to involve the high tech and high touch sense so that they can be able to handle the customers more satisfied than any other sector. The hotel sector being the important part of the hospitality industry which will dictate the length of the tourists staying in a nation. Bad hotels will attract insecurity which will force the tourists to flee before their time is up (Conrady,. Et al. 2011).
For instance, if a customer will like to get certain information regarding the accommodation, then one will use the cell phone with an application installed there to aid this function. This means that the management of the hotels will have to have set up the website regarding their hotels showing the details of the services they offer, the kinds of accommodation they offer and the location of the then hotel. In addition, the process of its major services like the accommodation should be included so that the customers will be able to make up their minds with regards to their budgets and the like of the place as read from the hotels website (Bushell,. et al. 2007).
Guests who prefer more services than the one listed in the websites, then the hotel if they cannot offer will have to offer good recommendation to the guest and ensure that the services and the products being recommended is of good quality. This will help in creating impressive and unique customer experience that in turn can exceed all the expectations with ability to capture the customer whether be or without the technology. This will ensure that the heart of the customer has been won and the next time he visits the location with the friends or family, the destination will be the same hotel (Eid, 2012).
The expectation of the international customers has been seen to be for leisure mostly, especially during the holidays. For instance, during the Christmas holiday, the tourists choose a country to visit just for leisure to make out for the year. These kinds of travels have increased recently and the hotels as well ought to be prepared to offer such services meant for leisure for the guests. The hotels should embrace the technology and provide internet services to the accommodation rooms and ensure that the accessibility and the speed of the internet are very fast.
The hotels have as well in trying to catch up with the trends emerging in the tourism sector has diversified their way of marketing. The customers have shown interest in being persuaded to the hotels. This implies that the hotel's management has to put into the strategy the methods to attract and maintain such customers. They achieve this by directing the guest to their website and using telephone calls for the regular customers (Information, U. S. A. & Information Resources Management Association 2015).
More on technology, the hotels ought to have innovative technology that should involve the ability of the customers to check in for their accommodation with their mobile phones for convenience purposes. This is because, the seamless connectivity across all the platforms and the devices are no longer of interest and thus have no future. The hotel should have their own mobile applications since they are being used to access data and be able to secure the details of the hotel they are interested in.
Geolocation is another technique that has been adopted by the hotels so as to adapt to the changing technology and the demands of the tourism industry. This is very useful since it can make it very easy to sell the entire guest something that literally is right in front of them. Studies showed that the guests have shown a great tendency in requiring the restaurant and hotel discounts when they are looking and entering into the deals and in addition the maps with the coupons that can lead to generation of other deals which will make them happy and satisfied while at the hotel (Boniface, 2001).
Most of the hotels have resorted to using the 1App in which it functions by sending guests the deals that are available. The deals that mostly include the related services such as eating, accommodation, playing and leisure services and most importantly shopping and saving more dollars. In addition, the management has the devices used in monitoring the guest use of the bandwidth of the internet service and them providing different data sets that will fit them as they require (Lew,. Et al. 2004).
However, as this may have been found to increase the costs of operations, it has been found to be paramount as this will dictate whether the customers will visit again or not. The only strategy in which the management can do is by adjusting the prices of their products and services and ensuring that it do not result in driving away the prospective customers. This is because, these technological services have been found to be very paramount especially while handling the changing trends in the tourism sector.
Furthermore, the hoteliers have found it that, in an attempt to solve the emerging challenges with regards to the changing tourism sector, they have embraced the act of economy sharing. This is to say, the hotel industry has attempted to regulate the reality that the jurisdictions have enforced and implemented. This involves the new legislation on the provision of the legal avenue to which the hotels can operate and carry out their business without any form of difficulty (Macleod, 2004).
The challenges faced here are that the hotel industries and the users of their services like the government legislation that is not in a position to rapidly keep up this development imply that the hoteliers do not know the way to react to this as associated with the trend in the tourism industry. However, the hotels such as the McDonalds have resorted to charting their own path that in turn increase their share to the traveling public and expect the competition to continue (In Cooper,. Et al. 2015).
Political uncertainty has also affected the tourism industry in a way. The nation's political pressure changing every year implies the same for the tourism sector. The impacts on the tourist are that they are not ready to risk their lives in case of any political turmoil emerging. This means that the hotels have to strategize on how to continue even despite the downfall of the number of tourists and guests visiting the nation at a given time due to these emerging situations politically (Graham,. Et al. 2010).
The hotels have also acted to ensure the safety of their customers. In a bid to remaining relevant and competitive in the hotel industry, the management has set up emergency rooms with well equipped medical personnel so as to handle any matters arising with regards to the health of their clients. This, they also advertise the same so that the customers will be at the hotel during their duration t the nation or in the town in case they are from that nation. I.e. when they are Domestic visitors (Peyron, 2013).
Moreover, in an attempt to beat the challenges emerging from the changing face of the tourism industry, the hotels have begun reauthorization of their brands and services. This implies that the hotels have begun renewing their promotional strategies so as to attract many customers as possible. Some of the promotion techniques urge that if customers in a group of six visited the restaurant, then they will pay the price of four people, and the two will be accommodated for free. This implies that, in bid to cut their costs, the tourists on the other hands will look for friends to go and get accommodation there as this will lead to reduction in their costs of staying while being satisfied (Riley,. et al. 2002).
Also with regards to the economical trends and the time of the year, the tourists number reduces. For instance, during the holiday session such as the Christmas session in December holidays, the number of guests will be expected to go high than on January while everybody will be at the workplace. This implies that, for the hoteliers, they have to have strategies put in place to survive during these periods that there will be no many guests meaning the reduction in income as well (In Wood, 2013).
Thus, the hotel industry had to plan accordingly. The management reputation as well ought to change with the market demands, so as to beat the challenges posed by the changing sector as well. In doing this, the hotels and the management, they should be a continuous review of their websites and any other social network tool to let the customers know of the available promotional services available at the moment and that they should grab the opportunity (Saxena,2008).
Most importantly, the management should manage the property of the hotel regarding its reputation. This has been found to be very crucial as many properties use rejuvenate as a one stop complete solution. Therefore, the management should instead of using the cumbersome processes of logging into each platform and, in turn, spending exorbitant amount of resources such as time in the expense of the hotel. Thus, they ought to engage the guests in one on one and to respond exactly to their needs publicly trough their web forums for the hotel. This can even be useful in the future as the new customers logging into the hotels website will first go through the discussions in the forum to find if it’s the best or not (Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development 2010).
Studies carried out depict that the ability of the travelers and guests to access their social networks any time have been viewed in the changing face of the tourism sector. This has been found to have great impacts as it empowers them to create and consume more content than ever before during their search for the best hotel to get accommodation within the region. Therefore, the hotel industry to remain relevant as well will have to enable all the social networking platforms.
Additionally, it's been found out that the half of the hotel industries have a booking engine that enable the customers to book even one year before the anticipated date of travel. The bookings that are generated through the channel, however, are low but have been viewed to be in demand by the changing face of the sector of tourism. This implies that the hotels have to invest more on these and to be on real time basis with the ability to generate a receipt to the customers and payment options so that the business can be sealed. The payment platforms which the hotels will incorporate should involve the online payment system (Hospitality Research Group & PKF Consulting (Firm) 2003).
In addition to real-time booking and receipt generation, the hotels will also have to be more innovative and initiate the real-time marketing since this will act to provide the contents on an ongoing basis. This will be useful to the hotel since it will let know of the customers of the current services offered at the hotel. This will include the events being hosted at the hotel, the discounted prices of the products and services of the hotels and any other relevant information which are deemed to be useful to the customer (Kean, 2009).
In using the real-time marketing strategy, the hotel should incorporate relevant media uses which in addition to letting know the customers on the available services they offer there should be an option for the guest to contact the management directly so as to ask any questions and any other relevant questions which will make the client attracted to the hotel. This will have to be initiated as well since it will help in beating the challenges brought in about by the changing technology that have so far affected the tourism sector globally (Hotels: The magazine of the worldwide hotel industry 2009).
In addition, the portal should provide a link in which the guests can book a room directly on the hotels website and even order for the food that can be eaten at the arrival of the guest to the hotel. In using Face book, the hotel needs also to take advantage of the custom application in which they can be able to highlight the hotel's unique features, its characteristics and the charm. This will enable the guests to contact the hotel with much expectation that they will receive a response at that time. The importance of real-time response and actions.
In also attempting to beat the competitors the hotel ought to put into use the video campaigns in which it can be carried out using the social media. This will seek to provide the hoteliers the opportunity to generate the guest engagement. In using these advertising tools, the hotel should already have the uses of flips that will enable the indulgement of the future guests in the social conversations that will expectedly lead to business relationships and even lead to permanent business (Damle, 2011).
Uses of flips will allow the hotels to connect with the prospective guests from the moment they placed their reservations and helps in creating a customer’s unique experience on arrival. By getting connected to the hotel, the visitors will be able to share their experiences with their friends and family. Being excited the family and friends will want to experience the same, and the results are the communication with the hotel by use of flip.
This also implies that, by connecting with the family and friends, the trends continue as the Friends will notify other friends and the process continues. This implies that the future bookings will increase and remain constant during low times. By using flip, the increase in interactions will be experienced and the customers demand will be met exactly the way they desire which makes them satisfy with the services offered by the hotel (Information Resources Management Association & Khosrow-Pour 2002).
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have a 1.7 GPA, third time on post trial supervision, first time returning from rejection. Evaluations are low; I'm around two semesters behind. I ought to be graduating this spring. You may be supposing I'm some insane gathering creature... yea right, I scarcely go out, I don't work and attempt to devote all my time to my school classes yet have nothing to show for it. I have never gotten A in my life; even in blow-off classes... it’s practically like a fulfilling toward oneself prediction that I need to do seriously.
All my companions go to class full-time, work and even have temporary jobs... they are out of the house basically ALL day, I have no idea when, or in the event that, they ever consider... yet they get A's and B's. I then again need to sit here at home examining for a considerable length of time just to get a B, or typically a C... it is extremely unlikely I can work, even without an occupation i can scarcely get by. I wouldn't see any problems with having essentially no life/cash in the event that I had some decent evaluations to show for it.
I'm so tired of this, I have so much aspiration and enormous objectives in life, I'm a really straight-edge gentleman and have my head on straight... why don't my evaluations reveal to it? I've generally scarcely gotten by, for once I would like the inclination of being a B understudy; possibly get a couple of A's. So tired of busting my butt for lousy evaluations.
Plagiarism. It’s a concept that sends shudders down students’ spines and puts sour looks on professors’ faces. However, you shouldn’t be afraid of unintentional plagiarism when you begin your essay. First, get to know what exactly the plagiarism is and what the best ways to avoid it.
Get Acquainted with What Plagiarism Means
Plagiarism can be defined as a deliberate or reckless representation of another’s thoughts, ideas, words as one’s own without attribution.” It’s likely that you’ve paid attention to the word “reckless”. Yes, you may be caught in plagiarism even if you didn’t mean taking someone’s work pretending it to be of your own.
Create a Thorough Outline
An essay is supposed to include your ideas and that’s why it should not be just a collection of other people’s research. Make sure you outlined your paper carefully before you start writing. In the outline, separate the ideas of your own you and those from external sources. Assign an abbreviation to each of your sources and in the course of writing you may jot abbreviations down next to the ideas that you pull from each one.
Cite Your Sources
Double-check your bibliography before turning in you paper. That is to make sure that you didn’t miss to include all the necessary information in a proper order. Despite the fact, that some programs can generate a bibliography automatically, still you have to be sure that you input the right information.
Scrutinize Your Sources
What sources do you use for your sources? To avoid plagiarism, rely only on reputable sources. Take a look at these few things to look for when you’re deciding if a source is worth your time:
• Is the author an authoritative voice in that particular field?
• What organization is this author affiliated with?
• Are there a lot of technical errors in the writing?
• Is the information up to date?
If you have any uncertainties about the integrity of a chosen source, take your research elsewhere.
Don’t Write Blind
You may start “writing blind” if you’re in a hurry — that is to type out information using phrases or words that belong to other people without realizing what you are doing. If you combine your ideas with another writer’s ideas, make it clear where each single idea comes from.
Forget about your essay for a while after you finish it because this is the best way to avoid writing blind.
Plagiarism is serious business. Share your tips or tricks that you use to ensure the integrity of your writing?
History, geography, economics and social sciences, and of course philosophy - whatever bachelor degree you do, once you'll have to do an essay. To help you to succeed in it, we asked Caroline Binet, teacher and author of "The written tests and essay composition", to give a piece of advice.
Interview by Audrey Steeves
What is the first thing to do when addressing the issue?
Caroline Binet: First, take the time to understand it. Too many students rush and start writing even though they have not tried to define the terms of the subject and to delimit the area of research. If we have 4 hours to complete a test, I think we need to spend at least 1 hour to do this work for understanding, definition of the concepts and organization of ideas before starting to write. That is the safest way to avoid off-topic.
What distinguishes a good copy from a bad one?
The student who has understood the subject, made it accountable and succeeded in expressing his personal thoughts based on his knowledge and examples, produces a good copy. In a good copy, by the end of the reading, the examiner has a feeling that he has met the student and talked to him. For student, that means to be organized, clear, and aware of the direction. Above all, it is a well-written copy. On the contrary, a bad copy is one, which merely paraphrases accumulated knowledge without logic and consistency.
We often hear that we must first handle the introduction and conclusion, is that true?
It is true because judging by the beginning and the end of the essay, we can assess how the student organizes his thoughts, and this is very important. But it's also relevant for the rest of the content. That's naïve to think that the examiner won't read beyond the first and the last sentences and just skim the main body. So do not disregard a good sequence of ideas, the relevance of examples, the explanation of concepts and so on.
Is it possible to practice how to write a good essay?
Not only is it possible, but also necessary because the essay is primarily a writing exercise. At the beginning of the year, students often receive a methodology for writing a course essay, so I think that is pretty enough. But learning is based primarily on the regular practice, what means doing exercises - no matter how good a student is already at this. Therefore, I can only advise candidates to start to practice with student books topics to find the right rhythm, the right style, which will let your thoughts flow naturally. To sum it up, the essay is a conventional method and original thinking.
Disappointment can take all the delight out of writing. I know in light of the fact that it tormented my prior writing profession. I want to write and when the words are streaming, the minute feels mysterious. I never need to stop. This is an uncommon event. Most days are loaded with an unpredictable mood. I've discovered that this is a part of my written work and blogging technique.
As an author, you must stay mindful of your desires and feelings. When I used to hit a wall, the "old me" would worry. I would get up from my seat and clench my hands or let out an uproarious snort. I used to accept that this would help me discharge my dissatisfactions, yet when I think back on those days I understand that it just made me more resentful. It wasn't until I started to perceive these feelings as they rose to the surface (from numerous years of practice) that I had the capacity to nip these sentiments before they assumed control.
An essayist makes dissatisfaction when they concentrate excessively on their desire of what they need to accomplish as opposed to appreciating the words that are really turning out. It all boils down to a basic passionate procedure. The crevice between what we need and what we have is the thing that truly baffles us.
Taking after your reoccurring enthusiastic responses, and working with them to help you stay centred is the way to decreasing your dissatisfactions. I expound on living up to expectations cheerful, yet I had tricked myself into accepting that I was appreciating the composition process, when truly I was baffled 75% of the time. I pushed through these emotions on the grounds that that is the thing that I thought I should do. It wasn't until I started to perceive these themes that I utilized them further bolstering my good fortune.
Let's say I'm working on a book and the words aren't turning out right. As opposed to blasting my enormous head (which my wife loves to poke fun at) against this undertaking, I switch outfits and compose a blog entry about managing this dissatisfaction (like this post) or a lyric about my puppy woofing which frightened the sacred 'you know what' out of me. These pleasant themes keep my mind composing, however with no desires for attempting to make a reasonable message. The positive feelings typically begin to return and I'll give my book an alternate attempt.
That is the reason I can compose when it has a craving for walking through mud. I've viewed my propensities surface again and again. By perceiving these emotions when they first happen I can coordinate my feelings in a more positive bearing. There are quite often some positive considerations that need to get out regardless of the possibility that it doesn't help me further my book.
In the event that nothing is by all accounts working, which normally happens no less than 1 day out of 7, I simply toss in the white towel and strive for a stroll with my wife, play the Wii or do a little Yoga. I no more get frantic that the words won't turn out, on the grounds that I realize that tomorrow will probably bring that tad bit of enchantment that today simply would not like to discharge.
..Paragraphs are involved sentences, yet not irregular sentences. A paragraph is a gathering of sentences composed around a focal theme. Truth be told, the cardinal standard of paragraph writing is to concentrate on one thought. A firmly written paragraph takes its readers on an agreeable way, without makeshift routes. Master the paragraph, and you'll be headed to writing "gold-star" articles, research papers, and stories. Paragraph writing is the establishment of essay writing work, whether the structure is descriptive, influential, narrative, or imaginative. With a specific end goal to write a decent paragraph, students need to comprehend the four key elements of paragraph writing and how every element adds to the entirety.
The Four Essential Elements
Unity in a paragraph starts with the subject sentence. Each paragraph has one single, controlling thought that is communicated in its subject sentence, which is commonly the first sentence of the paragraph. A paragraph is brought together around this principal thought, with the supporting sentences giving point of interest and examination. In order to write a good topic sentence, think about your topic and all the focuses you need to make. Choose which point drives the rest, and after that write it as your subject sentence.
Order refers to the way you sort out your supporting sentences. Whether you pick chronological order, order of importance, or another logical presentation of detail, a strong paragraph dependably has an unequivocal association. In a well-ordered paragraph, the reader takes after along effectively, helped by the example you've made. Order helps the reader handle your meaning and stay away from disarray.
Coherence is the quality that makes your composition justifiable. Sentences inside a paragraph need to interface with one another and cooperate overall. One of the most ideal approaches to attain to coherency is to utilize transition words. These words make spans starting with one sentence then onto the next. You can utilize move words that show request (to begin with, second, third); spatial connections (above, beneath) or rationale (moreover, also, indeed). Likewise, in composing a paragraph, utilizing a reliable verb tense and perspective are imperative elements for coherency.
Completeness implies a paragraph is decently created. In the event that all sentences plainly and sufficiently bolster the fundamental thought, then your paragraph is complete. If there are insufficient sentences or enough data to demonstrate your postulation, then the paragraph is inadequate. Typically three supporting sentences, notwithstanding a theme sentence and closing sentence, are required for a paragraph to be complete. The concluding sentence or last sentence of the paragraph ought to compress your principal thought by strengthening your theme sentence.