Essays about: "Hospitality Industry"

Showing result 1 - 5 of 55 essays containing the words Hospitality Industry.

  1. 1. Human Resource Management Strategies in Hospitality Industry : Employees’ competence, attitude, behavior and organizational operation (management perspective)

    University essay from Högskolan Dalarna/Företagsekonomi

    Author : Elham Gheliji; [2019]
    Keywords : Hotel industry; Human resource management and strategy; Human resource practices; Employees’ skills and competences; Employees’ satisfaction; Employees’ performance; Employees’ attitude and behavior;

    Abstract : The current study demonstrates human resource strategies in hospitality industry (Hotel segment) and its impact on employee competencies and skills. The human resource management enhances employee performance and their credibility to maximize overall firm goals in hotel segment. READ MORE

  2. 2. Nature of relationships between stakeholders and family business : Empirical evidence from small hospitality business in Italy

    University essay from Högskolan Kristianstad/Fakulteten för ekonomi; Högskolan Kristianstad/Fakulteten för ekonomi

    Author : Alfredo Buonocore; Sumeera Bano Iqbal; [2018]
    Keywords : Family business; Stakeholder Theory; Nature of Relationships; Hospitality Industry; Small Firms; Socioemotional Wealth; Southern Italy.;

    Abstract : Background: This paper focuses on nature and role of relationships in small hospitality firm in the Southern Italian context. Based on previous literature relationships in small firms are highly related to trust, common understanding and mutual benefits. READ MORE

  3. 3. Entry of External Shopping Centers: What happens to the revenues of firms located in the City Center?

    University essay from KTH/Industriell ekonomi och organisation (Inst.)

    Author : DIANA HOVSEPYAN; [2018]
    Keywords : small city; retailing sector; hospitality industry; city center; external shopping center; edge-of-town.;

    Abstract : This thesis analyses whether there is any possible relationship between external shopping centers and city-center firms located in Swedish small cities from the perspective of their revenue level. The importance of this research question emerges as a result of a recent trend of business allocation from city centers towards edge-of-town areas. READ MORE

  4. 4. Applying Revenue Management to the Last Mile Delivery Industry

    University essay from KTH/Industriell ekonomi och organisation (Inst.)

    Author : Peter Finnman; [2018]
    Keywords : Revenue Management; Last Mile Delivery; Machine Learning; Supervised Learning; Gaussian Process; Willingness-to-pay; Decision Tree; Dynamic Pricing; Operations Research; Revenue Management Information Flow; Intäktsoptimering; Sista Milen-leverans; Informationsflöden inom Intäktshantering; Maskininlärning; Övervakat Lärande; Gaussiska Processer; Betalningsvilja; Beslutsträd; Dynamisk Prissättning; Verksamhetsforskning;

    Abstract : The understanding of what motivates a customer to pay more for a product or service has al-ways been a fundamental question in business. To the end of answering this question, revenue management is a business practice that revolves around using analytics to predict consumer behavior and willingness-to-pay. READ MORE

  5. 5. Employer Branding amongst Millennials in the Hospitality Industry

    University essay from Lunds universitet/Företagsekonomiska institutionen

    Author : Elena-Sophie von Rheden; Linda Dosekova; [2018]
    Keywords : employer branding; dis identification; Millennials; hospitality; Business and Economics;

    Abstract : The purpose of this study is to reveal and enable a deeper understanding and provide a more refined view on the intersections of employer branding, and (dis)identification, through the empirical focus on Millennials, based in the hospitality context. This is investigated by asking two research questions: “how is the employer brand presented to Millennials in Hotels International?” and “how is the employer brand perceived by Millennials in Hotels international?” This has given rise to a new framework that explicitly distinguishes between brand (dis)identification and organizational (dis)identification, and which is our main contribution to academic and corporate practitioners. READ MORE