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Are Chefs becoming more fickle? – Hospitality Talk Episode 5

So, here I tackle a claim from some restaurateurs that chefs are getting more fickle about their working life and actually attending for interviews etc - well, maybe if the employer considered there marketing channels and working environment, the 'problem' wouldn't exist! https://youtu.be/v4K706TBziE   This is drawn from...

Where the money you pay for your hotel room goes!

To those in the industry, this post will come as no surprise, but have you ever wondered just what exactly you are paying for when you pay for your hotel room?  Well, this is a breakdown of that room rate and those costs - as...

Responding to Reviews

Regular readers will remember many moons ago my original post about responding to TripAdvisor reviews, which featured some golden rules about how to respond to reviews.  In general these guidelines should be used across all hotels, but why should you respond in the ways that...

The Joy of Bias

The title of this post is actually ironic - bias is not a joyful thing in most circumstances, but can be used to your advantage despite being mainly disadvantageous.  The rule of bias is simple - bias is defined as 'inclination or prejudice for or...

Stress – it’s not all about you!

Stress is something that everyone encounters, but have you ever thought beyond yourself when considering the effects of stress? Some people thrive in a world of stress, using certain types of stress to drive them on and push them forward.  I am one of these people...

Gift
All Feedback is a Gift

I have written before (many times) about handling feedback on TripAdvisor, but how about dealing with criticism in general? Someone once said to me that 'all feedback is a gift, no matter how it is presented' and I have always thought of this when...