The meeting came at the backdrop of the subcommittee talks the EU and Lebanon are holding to discuss reforms in the country. Trade,iIndustry and services; internal markets; and research, innovation, information society, education and culture are the main topics which both sides will skim through. These talks fall within series of meetings dedicated to review ongoing developments within the implementation of the Lebanese European neighboring policy.
Ethics in the Hospitality Industry Introduction As a result of the continually changing competitive environments, tourism and hospitality organizations must come up with ways to stay ahead of their competitors other than the conventional ways of lower prices, more services related to a sell or better products.
Nowadays most customers believe that competing services and products are reasonably alike in terms of quality.
Tourism and hospitality managers are realizing that competing on the basis of price alone leads to an erratic market and uneven profits.
Hospitality and tourism organizations are responding to this by creating collaborative relationships and better partnerships with their consumers. In relation to these relationships there has been a lot of discussion in the last few years regarding ethical practices by hospitality and tourism businesses.
Largely it has been supposed that those businesses that do what is ethical and moral to their employees and clients generate long-term benefits Wallace, Some organizations view ethics as a constraint on their profitability, they are of the view that profits and ethics are inversely proportional.
A reputation for ethical practices in any business activity can be a competitive edge. High organizational ethical practices can significantly contribute to productivity by minimizing the cost of business transactions, establishing customer loyalty, creating trust with suppliers, maintaining social capital and successful team of employees.
Morals and ethics are often used interchangeably; ethics refer to a rules of behavior that is based on moral obligations and duties, indicating how people should behave.
It distinguishes what is right from what is wrong and promotes people to do what is right. Morals on the other hand refer to what to what is right and good conduct and character. Some of the values that define ethical principles include honesty, trustworthiness, integrity, fairness, keeping promises, fidelity, caring for others, accountability, pursuit of excellence, leadership, responsibility and respect for others.
All hospitality professional should possess these values as they are critical in the success of any organization Stevens, Ethics in Hospitality Industry There is a growing concern for business ethics in the hospitality industry as hospitality professionals are faced with ethical dilemmas in their daily operations.
Complex and interesting ethical issues affect this broad industry whose business ranges from restaurant operations to tourism-based businesses.
By virtue of its nature the hospitality industry places customers and employees in tempting situations as well as attracting abuse. Currently hospitality managers keep on facing these and other complex employee honesty issues on a regular basis.
Interviews with hospitality managers about the daily challenges they face in their operations evoke numerous ethical problems between customers and employees, employees and employer and employee and their colleagues.
It is important to note that managers face a difficult task deciding what is ethically right and may sometimes be controversial. The increase in diversity as well as multicultural backgrounds in the hospitality industry makes ethical issues even trickier.
Managers often face accusations of theft, harassment, discrimination on the basis of age, gender, race and belief often leading to complaints that may result in lawsuits.Charlotte, Charlotte Russe & Charley Roosh According to the food historians, charlottes were *invented* in England the last part of the 18th century.
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According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the hospitality industry is part of the larger service-providing industry and is divided into two sectors: food and accommodation services and arts and entertainment.
An awareness of career pathways within the hospitality industry and knowledge and skills required for different job roles. An understanding of the difference between full . A working knowledge of laws governing the hospitality industry isn't just a nice bonus piece of knowledge.