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Atmosphere Duty Of Care Presentation

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Atmosphere Duty of Care STUDENT’S NAME INSTITUTIONAL AFFILIATION COURSE NAME AND NUMBER INSTRUCTOR’S NAME DATE Atmosphere Duty of Care Duty of care ensures front managers in hotels appropriately and warmly welcome guests on their arrival by using effective communication skills, such as talking to them politely and humbly and validating them using effective procedures that are not tiresome (Hancock et al., 2008). Hotels have the affirmative task of inspecting and seeking out perils not readily apparent or appreciated by guests, as well as warning their guests of the dangers or the perils (Rutherford & McConnell, 2007). The hotel's duty of care should ensure guests on the premises are safe and also their property is safe. Room status is a risk that is most prevalent in most hotels (Manickas & Shea, 2013). Atmosphere Duty of Care The best way to deal with risk is to train the hotel staff to observe hygiene of the highest level, regardless of the type of accommodations the hotel is hosting. Uncomfortably of rooms is another risk in the hotel which negatively impact the reputation of the hotel (O'Fallon & Rutherford, 2010). To prevent this risk, hotel management should ensure th ...
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