|ivor||Posted: 2006-11-02 15:45:10
I have an offer to work in Ramad Inn hotel in Canada. does anybody know something about them.Is that some kind of fraud?please answer me.
|jps||Posted: 2006-11-02 16:41:26
(please answer me) What do you mean? You should explain clearly what the situation is, and then people might be able to help you or offer good advice.
where did you apply?
how did you apply?
what exactly are they offering?
did they ask for money for visa processing etc?
did you speak with them over the phone?
have you visited their website?
have you asked if they employ other people from your country?
if they do, have you asked for the contact details of some of those employees, for verification?
Always think a little before you make a decision.
|siddarth||Posted: 2008-08-11 03:17:47
sir my name is siddarth wari i am working in abu-dhabi U.A.E 5star hotel national corporation for tourism & hotels [ at present working ]
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Posted: 2008-10-15 05:22:52
Sir/Madam I am working here in Philippines at Holiday Inn Hotel as Internal Security Officer for almost 12 years.Anybody know where can i find a job in abroad?
|MARILO||Posted: 2008-12-23 08:08:56
hi my current position is room service manager work in sheraton hote and abu dhabi national hotel where can i start for my application to work in hotel industry ina canada
|chikodiriobasi@ya||Posted: 2009-01-25 16:21:27
From mr c.obasi.
i need a job from your country please help me to find a any job.
am from south africa.
|genmil_ramos@yaho||Posted: 2009-01-30 05:45:54
Hi. sir / madam. i am here in the philiipines i work in hotel industry in uae. graduated bachelor science hotel and restaurant management find work in canada as a hotel staff
|OBAYEMI||Posted: 2009-03-10 13:06:40
Hi sir or ma,am obayemi olaniyi pls sir i need job in any eu country pls i need job to care for my self i work as networks marketer i can markete anything that your company produce pls i need a job.thaksss you can call me on +2348038512406
|OBAYEMI||Posted: 2009-03-10 13:18:15
Am obayemi,pls this is my e-mail addres email@example.com
|firstname.lastname@example.org||Posted: 2009-03-18 00:27:14
Dear Sir/Madam, I am an ambitious man,currently working in a hotel in QATAR & looking for a challenging position in Canada as a social worker or caregiver. I am willing to relocate and live-in, if sponsored for my visa, and if I find a suitable employer. I have a pleasant personality and I love taking care of people. I believe that moving to Canada, will give me a good chance of contributing my skills and getting more aquainted to a new culture, which I look forward to. I am also intending to take some part time studies to improve my management skills and possibly learn French, which is the second language there. If there is somebody out there who wants to give me this chance, I will be so grateful for his or her kind gesture which will be rewarded with my hard work. I look forward to hearing from you. Kind regards, MIRZA (00974-5743804)
|Anon.||Posted: 2009-06-10 16:32:55
Hi. sir / madam. i am pakistani. i am working in hotel industry in uae. working as a senior technician.
|Anon.||Posted: 2009-11-30 08:03:44
To Ivor, I also receive an offer which states that Ramada hotels in Canada and Uk is searching for applicants. since they just say to send cv its ok for now...but if they start talking about money or some expenses well that's a different thing....I still have to look at the ramada hotels website or contact them thru e-mail if that e-mail is not a scam....
|Anon.||Posted: 2009-12-23 10:38:58
Eslam Mohamed hassan yossef abdel baky Mobil:
Region El Mawaleh Building 20b,banha , Qaliubiya, Egypt - (13111) Egypt, EGYPT - QALIUBIYA
Seeking a competitive position in a good established, national or multinational organization in a position where I can gavin experience, practice and improve my skills and qualifications in order to have my own business in the future developed.
Personal specifications :
A person specification is an extension of the job description and provides a blueprint of the ‘ideal’ person to do the job. The person specification tells not only about the job but also details the personal attributes and qualities associate with successful performance of the job, for example physical characteristics, experience, technical skills, formal qualification, personality and temperament, and any special requirements such as the need for mobility. The specification could indicate those characteristics, which are regarded as essential, and those, which are desirable. An example is given below:
Personal skills: (A high volume, fine dining )
1 Ability to analyze and identify problem areas and deal with them immediately.
2 Improve customer satisfaction(WOW) through proper system management to reach high levels of performance.
3 Build good working relationships both internally and externally and communicate appropriately at all levels. 4 Ability to educate colleagues on the new system facilities.
5 Time management skills.
6 Able to learn new tasks quickly.
7 Capable of working effectively under pressure.
8 Ability to work individually and as a co-operative team member. 9 Ability to communicate with different people and different ideologies.
10 Effective negotiation and solving problem skills.
11 Self- motivated, Dependable & oriented.
12 Excellent organizational and time management skills.
Language skills: English: Very Good Command of written and spoken. I have English course at ( IBI).) British International Institute Rassin: Good
1 Good knowledge in Using Internet as a Professional User.
2 Good command of computer application.
3 Windows 98. Education: Institute. Hotels and Tourism
1 Department . food & beverage 2 British International Institute
3 Graduation Year: 2003
• Importance of Training
. The Training Programme It may be fairly apparent that training cannot succeed unless the objectives of the training program confirm to the organizational goals and both trainee and trainer are aware of why the training program is required. Unfortunately, this is frequently not the case. Often training programs are founded merely upon the intuitive and vogue judgement of supervisory personnel or upon participant interest and selection. When training programs are driven by either of these forces, they are unlikely to reflect organizational requirements and priorities. Consequently, trainees and trainers will probably have difficulty understanding how the training is supposed to enhance job performance. Designing an effective training program that meets the expectations and priorities of the organization as a whole, as well as those of its individual employees, requires a systematic and detailed assessment of actual training needs. Assessing training needs, consists of the following stages:
1. Examining the organization and its overall skills requirements.
2. Undertaking job analyses
3. Undertaking employee assessments
4. Identifying specific training needs
Examining the Organization:
The first stage in assessing training needs is to examine the organization as a whole. This should be undertaken in cooperation by departmental representatives and training function specialists so that broad training and development requirements can be identified. Often a good starting point for this analysis is to examine the company’s goals and corporate objectives. The organizational analysis will likely consider skills and systems that affect most, if not all, parts of the company (ex., customer handling, technological systems, communication flows). A uniform training program will teach common organizational approaches to these areas and will enhance an individual’s ability to move around different positions within the organization. Job Analysis:
Job analysis identifies both the tasks comprising a specific job as well as the skills, knowledge, and attitudes required for that positions. Although job analysis can be a detailed, complex, and time consuming progress, it is essential when training progresses beyond very basic orientation training.
An excellent reference tool (although largely precomputerization) for analyzing hotel occupations is tasks to job, published by the International Labour Office this publication examinees the main occupational groups within hotels, considers the various component tasks within each of these jobs and identifies the skills and knowledge required to execute each. Unique job descriptions can than be develop by selecting from among the broad list of occupational tasks only those that apply specifically to a given position.
To consider more carefully how this approach contributes to the organization of training, we examine the ILO Restaurant example. The ILO document classifies tasks as ‘Common Tasks’, which apply to more than one department, or as specific ‘Specific Tasks’, which are unique. After the tasks have been clustered for a particular job, the ILO proceeds goes one step further toward preparation of a training agenda by classifying each task according to the following elements:
• Task elements
• Skills, knowledge, and attitudes required to complete the task satisfactorily, as determined by organizational standards or by an external examination/ assessment system.
While the ILO document provides assistance in analyzing jobs in the hotel industry, sometimes the required tasks in job, as well as the task elements and knowledge, skills, and abilities, must be determined by conducting interviews with job incumbents, observing the job as it is being done, or by gathering information via questionnaires. Which ever method is used, the process of job analysis tends to be long and laborious and organizations may be tempted to short-circuit it. However, the advantage of thoroughly analyzing jobs is that it provides the basic information for writing and complete and accurate job description, developing effective training programs, and evaluating performance.
Employee assessment is the next stage in assessing training needs. Employee assessment requires one to match what an employee can already do against the job specifications determined during job analysis. Understanding what employees can actually do will identify the main skills and related weaknesses among a particular staff group and thus will reveal the priorities for training.
Areas of skill deficiency in individual employees or groups of employees may be identified as part of the determined effort to identify training needs, as the result of scheduled performance evaluations, or during the course of ongoing coaching and supervision. Of course, there may well be other indicators, such as customer complaints, level of wastage, and so on, that help to identify training priorities. Identifying Specific Training Needs
Together, job analysis and employee assessment lead to the final stage in assessing training needs: identifying specific training needs. Based on the findings of the organizational analysis, job analysis and employee assessments, a mixture of training needs may be identified. These specific training needs may focus on the training and development of individuals, groups, or departments, or they may reflect a wider organizational need for training such as that mandated be the introduction of new policies, systems, or technologies.
Preparing the Training Plan:
The detailed process of job analysis resulted in the identification of specific training requirements. The next stage is to organize these identified needs into operational training plan. Preparing the plan primarily involves prioritizing individual, departmental, and organizational training needs. This prioritization is usually done in consultation with the organization’s director of training or other personnel responsible for the training function.
Because the list of specific training needs may be too long to cover in the time frame of the training plan, or because resources may be insufficient to address all elements with in it, some components of the plan may have to be postponed. Specifying Training Objectives:
The first draft of the training plan provides the training ‘menu’ for a specified period of time; however, it provides only an outline sketch of the topics to be addressed. Therefore, the next step is to identify the target or goals within each component of the training plan (ex each topical area) by answering the following question: What are the training objectives?
In practical terms, we can define training objectives by specifying the following:
• What trainees should be able to accomplish after participating in a particular training program
• The desired level of such accomplishment, according to industry or organizational standards
Job analyses should provide the basis for specifying task elements and associated skills, knowledge and attitudes. In turn, this list of task elements, skills, knowledge, and attitudes should serve as the foundation for formulating objectives for required training programs. Training Session
Conducting the Training:
If the various planning and design stages have been completed satisfactory, the actual delivery of the training program often proves to be ‘the least of the worries’. To ensure effective delivery of training, it is wise to engage skilled trainers. Likewise, instructors must also be comfortable with the technology they intend to use in their program delivery. Moreover, a number of other factors must be considered in the actual preparation and delivery of the
|Anon.||Posted: 2010-01-01 04:52:58
i am kesavan from indian any general worker job pls conduct email@example.com
|Anon.||Posted: 2010-01-16 00:40:31
Hi!! Maybe this article may help you.. Here is the link https://www.jobsindubai.com/career.asp?qArticleID=56&page=1.. Hope it helps.. Goodluck!!
|Hammonds||Posted: 2010-01-27 03:35:14
hi i am 28 and want to move to Vancouver to work abroad in hotel industries.but i don't know how to go about it. i wanted to work in a hotel as a security officer but don't know how to do that . if anybody has any information that will help me to move towards my dreams please help.
|Anon.||Posted: 2010-03-01 06:53:00
dear sir, i am in canada as a foreighn worker, and i am a cook, everyday i take 118 ave. to go to my work,so i see ramada inn, my wish is to work for your hotel. i have three years of canadian experience in cooking, and four and hailh years of fiji experience. if i would be given chance, sir i can arrange my work prmit bymyself. Please give me an oppotunity to work for your organization,i am sure will be and asset to your company.
Mr. Dinesh Prasad
Pn: 780 758 4590
|Anon.||Posted: 2010-03-03 06:18:07
Be very careful It's potentially a fraud, I have been receiving such offers from Canada & Africa don't be stupid to handover your information into the hands of professional criminals. You should know why they are giving you such offers without having your initial resume? Where did they get your information because you haven't applied for it? What is the Position Title? The hotel like this is must be having international reputation & therefore they must be having branches all over the word with at least one website .where is their website? They are using anonymous email server they don't have their own domain name :) I'll say it again be careful , either they are fraud 2 trick your money or they need resources for some underground purposes.
Aftab Ulhaq - UAE
|Anon.||Posted: 2010-05-09 05:28:00
Dear Sir / Maam:
I am applying for any available possition that is suatable for my working experience. i am presently working in KSA as Executive Secretary or Room Attendant as Partimer worked under HR Manager in SAUDI ARAMCO if you are familliar. any question and clarification please dont hisitate to dial my below number's. +966531871938...
Urgent Job that you have been offered is very much appreciated,
|Anon.||Posted: 2010-06-08 01:37:39
Hello dear Sir or Madam my name is Mujtaba Wahidi i am from Afghanistan i live in Kabul city right now so right now i decide to work in canad in every position your Hotel also this so proud of me to be in your hotel right also please if you know more about please send the answr for me in this eamil addres ( Mushtaba_wahidi@hotmail.com ) and i wish thta you help me i am ready to work in your hotel if you want so please trust on me i will not let you down .
|JAMES||Posted: 2010-06-30 09:15:37
I had a job offer at some hotel in canada a while back.What happened was the so called employers wanted me to send a certain amount of money them to start the visa and work permit process,i searched on google to see if the job offer was legit and i ended up on a site called fraudster.com.the job was a fraud..You must be very careful with some hotel job offering you recieve from canada.
|Anon.||Posted: 2010-06-30 09:27:24
JAMES it would be great if you would tell the name of the hotel or of the employer, so that others would have them in mind. Thanks
|Anon.||Posted: 2010-06-30 12:39:12
dear sir or mam
i'm ayu,i'm 22 years old,i'm a spa therapist,i working in 5 star hotel in palau i'm from indonesia,i would like to have job from your country....
i wish,i could
|Anon.||Posted: 2011-03-20 13:34:09
My name is Parvez Rashid and I have a Diploma in Hotel Management.
I have been a resident of Cyprus over 10 years and have worked for the same employer for the most of this period (still currently employed).
My employment consists of various duties and responsibilities in a large bar and restaurant with attached supermarket/bakery. Often these duties are performed alone and unsupervised. My responsibilities include stock control, ordering, staff training and assisting in the control of the kitchen.
I am multi-lingual and fluent in Greek, English and Bangladeshi.
I am conscientious, hard working, honest and reliable, and in good physical health.
I consider myself an excellent team player and leader.
Whilst I am experienced and competent in various aspects of bar and restaurant management I am quite prepared to take on added responsibility in other related areas in order to improve my track record.
I respectfully request that you consider my application please and give me a chance to prove myself. I assure you, you will not regret it.
My CV is attached for your perusal.
I thank you for your attention in this matter.
Md.parvez rashid chowdhury
Contact info: firstname.lastname@example.org
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