For this assignment, you will have to develop a case study report on hiring in the Hospitality field. Your case study may be based on real-life scenario/situation or may be fabricated but should still...

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For this assignment, you will have to develop a case study report on hiring in the Hospitality field. Your case study may be based on real-life scenario/situation or may be fabricated but should still be realistic. The actual case study report should be no longer than 5 pages, along with the report you will need to develop 4 discussion questions. The discussion questions should be posed in a manner that would lead respondents to pick one side or another. Along with providing the questions you will provide examples of potential responses and topics for further discussion related to the questions. If any references are used in developing the case study, they must be properly cited following APA guidelines – when in doubt cite your work! The entire case study should be typed, double spaced, in 12pt Times New Roman font, with 1-inch margins all around, and should include a cover sheet.




Case Study Project Guidelines For this assignment, you will have to develop a case study report on hiring in the Hospitality field. Your case study may be based on real-life scenario/situation or may be fabricated but should still be realistic. The actual case study report should be no longer than 5 pages, along with the report you will need to develop 4 discussion questions. The discussion questions should be posed in a manner that would lead respondents to pick one side or another. Along with providing the questions you will provide examples of potential responses and topics for further discussion related to the questions. If any references are used in developing the case study, they must be properly cited following APA guidelines – when in doubt cite your work! The entire case study should be typed, double spaced, in 12pt Times New Roman font, with 1-inch margins all around, and should include a cover sheet. Grade Breakdown: · Proper spelling, grammar & format (15pts) · Realistic case study linked to at least one of the main topics of class (40pts) · Thoughtful and properly written discussion questions (25pts) · Realistic, reasonable responses & topics for further discussion related to questions (20pts) Places to consider researching for your case study: · Research articles – google scholar, the library · National Restaurant Association · Nation’s Restaurant News · Other industry write-ups online or in news print Case Study Project Rubric 0-5 6-10 11-15 Spelling, Grammar & Formatting 0-15 16-30 31-40 Case Study – Realism & Related to Course Material 0-5 6-15 16-25 Discussion Questions – Thoughtful & Properly Written 0-5 6-15 16-20 Question Responses/Discussion Topics – Realistic & Reasonable responses & topics for further discussion tied to questions Total:
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Taruna answered on May 05 2021
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Case study Report and Discussion Questions
Attic International is one of the finest Hotels serving its customers since last fifty years in S
cotland. The staff of the hotel is hired on the bases of their qualification, work experience and precision in quality in all respects. The hotel follows rotation policy in order to maintain the freshness and quality among its on board managers, waiters and room service providers. The problem initiated in 2014 once when the overall profit of the hotel for the first quarter of the year suddenly began declining; usually, there would be 500 guests every month that would visit the hotel in the first segment of the year, including the Christmas holidays and extended leaves in January. The number of gusts would get doubled in the next quarter but a consistent decline was seen which made the top administration to review the glitches in the service quality.
Initially, no issues, whatsoever the may be, seemed to be appearing in the first examination of services. But Yale Smith, head of the administration department noticed something unusual in the records of the staff like receptionists, waiters and catering managers. They had received no negative feedback in the first three months, not even a single one was documented on the records. For Yale, if the hotel was serving the clients so well that everyone was getting great reviews, it was inexplicable to see decline in the holiday season. He...
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