Hospitality careers aren’t nine to five

Author: Christine Hodder, James Kirk (yBC.tv)

Categories: Staff
Tags: career, lifestyle
Hospitality careers come with many privileges but also require a lot of commitment and hard work, as Christine Hodder of The Stafford London, explains in this TV show.

Hospitality careers advice

I think to be prepared. Sounds like a girl guide. Is to be prepared that this industry never closes, hotels don’t close. So you have to be prepared to almost like a professional person is that hours really don’t matter. And that it’s not all about money, which it isn’t, because we live a lifestyle that probably we can’t afford. But we are living in and working in wonderful buildings, wonderful hotels, we’re privileged to dine in the restaurants. We travel a lot. We stay in wonderful hotels. So I think it’s not all about time and money. And for me it didn’t really matter, but for some people I think they come in and expect it to be relatively office hours, which it isn’t. So I think that’s always a good analogy before somebody starts that, you know, it’s not like a banker, or not banking, but management where maybe they’re nine till six. They get a car, mobile phone and, you know, management is good. This takes an awful long time to reach that seniority. If you enjoyed this video about hospitality careers, why not watch more TV shows on The Hospitality Channel?
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