Hospitality students perception of preferred hotels as workplaces

I Nyoman, Wagindra Andika and Irene, Hanna H Sihombing and Ni Made, Suastini (2023) Hospitality students perception of preferred hotels as workplaces. In: Proceeding Book The International Hospitality Entrepreneurship and Innovation Conference.

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Hospitality students and graduates are a promising segment of the workforce for the hospitality industry. However, the industry was known for several recruitment problems due to its business nature which made it harder for hospitality students to choose to work there, especially in hotels. Hotels started to apply the concept of themselves as an employer of choice to win talented workers. To be an employer of choice, hotels must first identify the attributes that are mostly appealing to hospitality students. This research identified the most significant hotel attributes in attracting hospitality students to find their preferred hotel to work for. A total of 158 hospitality students were asked to fill out a questionnaire to rate the hotel attributes that most appealed to them, and then the mean score is calculated from each of the items. As the result, quality management, a happy environment, and good relationship with colleagues were the most appealed hotel attributes to hospitality students.

Item Type: Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)
Uncontrolled Keywords: Employer of choice, Hospitality students, Hotels. employee, Hospitality, Hotels.
Subjects: Administration & Management > Personnel Management, Labor Relations & Manpower Studies
Administration & Management > Job Training & Career Development
Depositing User: - Annisa -
Date Deposited: 16 Nov 2023 02:11
Last Modified: 16 Nov 2023 02:11

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