Tips for Running a Successful Hospitality Business | Jon Farzam

Since it’s the holidays, people are going to travel around the world. For hotel owners, the season is a blessing. However, there’s plenty of competition in the hospitality industry. To defeat their rivals and boost bookings, hotel owners need intelligent strategies. Take Care of Employees Anyone in business knows workers are the lifeline of their […]

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Since it’s the holidays, people are going to travel around the world. For hotel owners, the season is a blessing. However, there’s plenty of competition in the hospitality industry. To defeat their rivals and boost bookings, hotel owners need intelligent strategies.

Take Care of Employees

Anyone in business knows workers are the lifeline of their business. If they’re unmotivated, the business will suffer due to poor productivity. Therefore, the management should address the needs of their employees. They should appreciate the work they do through rewards and bonuses. Giving employees time off can also boost productivity.

The relationship between hotel management and workers should be a win-win one. If the workers perform their part, the management has to deliver on what they promised. That’s the only to improve customer service and get satisfied clients.

Look at Things from the Employee’s Perspective

Delays are ordinary in the hospitality industry. For example, the valet took too long to deliver the car to a client. The chef took too long to prepare a meal. A visitor had to wait in the lobby for a long time before they were escorted to their room. These are all examples of delays.

To comprehend why delays happen, a director or department head should put themselves in the employee’s shoes. They should try working at the station for a day to comprehend how things work. For example, they can help out in the kitchen by washing dishes to grasp why foods take so long. Through experience, managers can identify solutions that work and apply them to a situation.

Use Technology

Today, innovative solutions are everywhere. Smart hotel managers learn what they require and discover innovative solutions to overcome those problems. For example, they can utilize a new booking system to reduce confirmation and payment delays. Hotel managers should also keep tabs on trends so they can keep up with new technology.

Looks Really Do Matter

People love sharing pictures and videos of amazing places on social media. Good hotel management is all about presentation. Everything should look picture-perfect. The management should hire an experienced designer to make everything look amazing. That way, people can capture striking pictures and help to promote the hotel on social media.

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