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I learned a lot they give training that can add in your knowledge,I'm happy working with my teammates,they give break to the employee ex.team building.They give free accomodation and meal in your working hrs.they have a good leader to maintain the good service for the guest.
here are plenty of opportunities to land a Hotel Steward job position.salary expectations and opportunities A typical day at work is mostly supervising the crowd.
You can experiance with luxury life, you meet lots of celebrities. The most fundamental thing is you get more experiance then any other hotel in Uzbekistan. You can use swimming pool, gym and fun room. You never get bored
Free accommodation, free food, free transport
Not paid overtime payment
RadissonBlu waterfront Dubai is the most friendliest hotel in Dubai. the introduction of NO SIR NO MADAM has made the environment very cool and easy to work in. Diverse culture and best place to work at
Free breakfast, launch and dinner
Long hours anyway
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Intensive hospitality course aims to Howe to treat the clients a fresh, host (Easy Way) Responsible Business, Sponsored be,, Rezidor intensive course aims to how to act and work in professional and responsible way and making use of all the Elements around in a perfect way
accommodation, Transportation, Meals
Perfect management-great support from team members .Nice package provided (transportation allowance, accommodation and free meals).Very good monthly training ( for sales skills improving).Staff parties regulatory basis.
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