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JOBS| All Departments| All Levels

The claridges, surajkund is a new hospitality landmark.

The following positions are now open:

Front Office Assistant
Guest Relations Executive
House Keeping Assistant
F&B Service Assistant

Duty Manager
Guest Relations Manager
Reservations Manager
Restaurant Manager
F&B Assistant Manager
Sous Chef (Continental, Indian, Mexican)
Kitchen Stewarding Manager

Front Office Supervisor
F&B Service Supervisor
House Keeping Supervisor
Engineering Supervisor

Finance Supervisor
Finance Assistant

HR Supervisor
HR Assistant


Walk in Interview
7Th & 8th July 2008
0900 am - 1800 pm

at

Atrium Hotel & Conferencing
Shooting Range Road
Faridabad - 121 001

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NEWS| Emaar Hospitality Group introduces 'Passion Plus' quality system

Emaar Hospitality Group, the hospitality and leisure business subsidiary of Emaar Properties PJSC, has introduced Passion Plus, a new system of standards and procedures to enhance the guest experience, at all its properties including hotels, serviced residences and leisure clubs.

Passion Plus aims at ensuring consistency of service and superior guest experience across all operational aspects of Emaar's diverse hospitality & leisure portfolio.

Passion Plus has been developed by Guest Best, an international quality consultancy, in association with the management team of Emaar Hospitality Group. The system sets a new benchmark in corporate standards, standard operating procedures, learning & development checklists and service excellence verification. Passion Plus will be functional at all levels of leadership and associates and across all departments.

A user-friendly system, Passion Plus is database driven that helps users to track and record the performance of associates. The …

VIEWS| Hiring intent in hospitality industry looks positive

The county's booming travel and hospitality industry is likely to emerge as one of the most buoyant employer, with 83 per cent intending to hire more in the next three months, says global staffing services firm Manpower.

"The rapidly growing Travel and Hospitality industry forms one of the most buoyant employers with Net Employment Outlook standing at robust 83 per cent in the third quarter of 2008," according to the latest Manpower Employment Outlook Survey (MEOS).

The rampant growth is visible in metros as well as in Tier II and III cities. This would lead to an increase in employment potential, as real estate developers, hotel operators and investors would set up more properties in smaller cities, the survey added.

A zone specific survey highlights the fact that the Western region is the most optimistic with 92 per cent of the employers reporting an increase and 4 per cent reporting no change in the hiring intent.

West is followed by North region where 83 per cent of empl…

VIEWS| Has a hospitality downturn started?

The eight hundred or so hospitality professionals who attended last month's British Hospitality Association annual lunch at London's Grosvenor House Hotel were left in no doubt that a faltering economy and rising energy and food prices mean the industry is in for a rocky ride this year and next.


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NEWS| GCC tourism sector to create 2.5m jobs

The GCC as a bloc will create 2.5 millions jobs in tourism and hospitality sector as a result of the new tourism, hospitality, recreation, travelling and retailing projects that have been launched or those under execution in the region, a leading businessman and entrepreneur said yesterday.

Mohammad Dadabhai, the Chairman Bahrain Institute of Hospitality and Retail said: "Tourism is the largest international industry that all countries are striving to gain its benefits in order to magnetise the national young workforce."

Dadabhai, who was chief guest at the opening of the recently opening of BIHR under the patronage of the Minister of Labour Dr Majeed bin Mohsin Al Alawi, said that through training only that our young generation would be able establish their career development in Bahrain and other GCC states."
Dadabai added: "BIHR's new name and identity is harmonious with the new orientation to train young Bahrainis in various areas of hospitality, retailing and …

JOBS| Kitchen| Exec Chef & Sous Chef