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over 6 months ago

Career path to becoming a Hotel Manager 👩🏽‍💼🧑🏽‍💼

⭐️ Gain hospitality experience 🛎 ⭐️ Earn a Hotel Management degree (2-4 years)🎓 ⭐️ Participate in apprenticeship/internship program (6 months to 1 year) ⭐️ Earn certifications

Skills needed:

  • Budgeting skills
  • Time management skills
  • Problem-solving skills
  • People person
  • Outstanding skills
  • Passion and drive
  • Computer savvy (Technology)

Salary💸

Entry-level (less than one year of experience): $40k to $45k Highly experienced: Closer to $55k-60k Based on State #Career #Hotel #Career #Advice #Jobseeking

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Hotel Property Management Systems 🖥

If you are looking into getting into the hotel 🏨 industry and you have a interest in working at the front desk or a supervisor/managerial role👩🏽‍💼🧑🏽‍💼; 📣 I would suggest you work for a hotel that has one of the more popular property management systems. For example: Opera or Fosse. Listen 👂🏽closely….EXPERIENCE/familiarity is everything in the hotel industry! Hilton uses Opera & Marriott uses Fosse… wherever you go, if you know either of these PMS’s, you should always be able to get a job 😁

Even if a lot of time has passed and you don’t remember how to use the system, it will come back to you! TRUST ME… I work at a Marriott currently, I was kind of nervous about using Fosse⌨️ because I hadn’t used it in 10 years😫! After the 3rd day, my fingers were moving without me having to focus on what I was doing 💪🏾 #motivation #jobsearch #Hotel #PMS #Hospitality #Technology #Marriott #Hilton

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Can anyone help me get a job with Marriott? #jobsearch #hotel

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Kunthida Phanasan
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I’m need job

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Jolene Douglas
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so are you potty trained or do you need help.. listen do your own leg work and stop asking for hand outs

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No, I'm not here looking for a pity party. I just want honest advice... I'd worked at a hotel years ago and they knew about my 'disorder' prior to hiring me. Yes, I told the manager during the interview about my epilepsy and he and others were nice and accepting of it. 😊 One day, I pulled a staff member aside and told her that I thought I had a seizure coming. Thankfully, she was very nice about it and helped me through it in the break room (away from customers). I guess I had bitten her and I still feel terrible about it. 😔 Yes, I've contacted her to apologize and she told me that it was alright because it's not something I can help. Anyways, my mother had picked me up from work that day very shortly after that had happened. When we had gotten back to her house, we decided to just relax, and maybe nap for a little bit. After a while, her house phone rings and I see the caller ID pop up on her TV saying 'Hilton Hotels'. Well, I thought they were just going to be kind and ask how I was doing or something along the lines of that. Nope! They told my mother I was a threat to the company and I was fired. No, they never contacted me about it! It was hurtful because I cannot control my epilepsy and they knew I've been dealing with it prior to hiring me. So, that entire ordeal has had me SO nervous for another job. Plus, I've been a wreck trying to find another business to hire someone like me, dealing with epilepsy. #advice #answers #Hilton #hotel #EmbassySuites #

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That's discrimination and grounds for a wrongful termination lawsuit

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I may not know any of you at all, but thank you ALL for your support! It really does mean a lot! 🥹

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A few years ago I got fired from a job at a hotel for not calling in when the manager put me on call. Apparently to the manager, on call meant that I was supposed to call him everyday to see if he was going to need me to come in. I thought on call meant they'd call me if they need me to come in 🤯 #termination #management #hotel

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I felt proud to work for #Hotel coral costa caribe when...

Since 03/23/2016 until December of 2020 In the hotel costa caribe I worked four years almost two as a cashier in the gift shop, spa and foreign exchange, then I went to Reception where it lasts 2 years and a bit, where I received customers, collected and gave general information about the hotel finally through The pamdemia was canceled in December of last year and now they are remodeling the hotel.

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Ryli Nixon
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I'm desperately looking for a job in Canon City, Co. Any suggestions? I really wanna get back on my feet and take care of myself again. I would prefer a Housekeeping/Front desk position at a Hotel. Please comment! # #nowhiring #housekeeper #experience #motivation #customerservice #hotel #motel

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What made me stay at #Hotel saravanabavan paramatta australia was

Hotel saravanabavan paramatta australia branch temporary working in 12.08.2016 to 18.10.2016. South Korea from 2001 to 2005.

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As the number of COVID-19 cases drops, the number of California businesses reopening is increasing as are the number of jobs.

However, these employers are having a tough time hiring!

There's a lower response to hiring ads, lower turnouts for interviews; it's an ongoing challenge.

The Sea Venture Beach Hotel mentioned in an article they're currently hiring for all departments, from housekeeping to the front desk, to the restaurant.

During the COVID-19 pandemic, there were many layoffs and furloughs and it has been difficult to hire back staff.

If you were in San Diego would YOU be ready to go back to work?

#California #Sandiego #hiring #jobsearch #housekeeping #cook #server #SeaVentureHotel #hotel #customerservice

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