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  1. The conflict between industry hosts and master’s degree students’ expectations on students entering the hospitality industry

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal:
    This paper reports on a qualitative study that sought to determine Australian industry hosts’ expectations and perceptions of hotel management master’s degree students on their placement in the industry, and the expectations of students when entering industry placement. The empirical dataset for...
  2. The conflict between industry hosts and master's degree students' expectations on students entering the hospitality industry

    The conflict between industry hosts and master's degree students' expectations on students entering the hospitality industry

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    This paper reports on a qualitative study that sought to determine Australian industry hosts' expectations and perceptions of hotel management master's degree students on their placement in the industry, and the expectations of students when entering industry placement. The empirical...
  3. Employees’ perspectives of service quality in hotels

    Employees’ perspectives of service quality in hotels

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    Although the importance of service quality has been recognised, few studies have addressed service quality in hotels from the perspective of employees. Therefore, this study aims to measure the service quality of four and five-star hotels in Jordan from the...
  4. All work and no play? What hotel employees prefer as team-building interventions

    All work and no play? What hotel employees prefer as team-building interventions

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    This study investigated what hotel employees preferred as team-building activities among 11 types of interventions. Data were collected from 102 employees in a four-star hotel in the Netherlands. Results showed that socialising was the most preferred team-building intervention, whereas outdoor...
  5. Human trafficking in the hotel industry in the Netherlands: the fine line between service, responsibility and liability

    Human trafficking in the hotel industry in the Netherlands: the fine line between service, responsibility and liability

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    Human trafficking is the fastest growing form of organised crime and the biggest source of income for criminals in Europe. Within the prostitution sector, there is a shift towards less visible forms such as hotel prostitution. About half of all...
  6. Sustainable development practices for the hotel industry in Nigeria: Implications for the Ilaro area of Ogun State

    Sustainable development practices for the hotel industry in Nigeria: Implications for the Ilaro area of Ogun State

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Research in Hospitality Management
    Sustainable development practices of 15 hotels were investigated in this study in which a 41 point questionnaire, prepared in 10 sub-scales, was administered to 350 respondents selected from employees of the hotels and residents of the host community to ascertain...
  7. General history of the South African Forest Industry: 2003 to 2006

    General history of the South African Forest Industry: 2003 to 2006

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: The Southern African Forestry Journal
    The reason for the survival and growth of the Forestry Industry is its ability to adapt to change. The Industry has a proven record of innovation and entrepreneurial ability to meet the challenges of the future. Taking into account the...
  8. Psychometric Evaluation of The Utrecht Work Engagement Scale (UWES) and Oldenburg Burnout Inventory (OLBI) within a Cement Factory

    Psychometric Evaluation of The Utrecht Work Engagement Scale (UWES) and Oldenburg Burnout Inventory (OLBI) within a Cement Factory

    Item type: Journal Article • Journal: Journal of Psychology in Africa
    This study evaluated the psychometric properties of the Utrecht Work Engagement Scale (UWES) and the Oldenburg Burnout Inventory (OLBI) within a cement factory. Respondents were 187 employees (males =168, females =19) from a cement factory in the North West province...
  9. Science and Technology Activities in the Emerging Economies: Options for Nigeria<sup>1</sup>

    Science and Technology Activities in the Emerging Economies: Options for Nigeria<sup>1</sup>

    This study identifies how two emerging economies developed science and technology capabilities through science and technology (S&T) education/training, research and experimental development. This was done in order to recommend policy options for Nigeria for the development of its industrial sector...
  10. Clustering and Innovation in the Auto-mechanic Industry in Nigeria

    Clustering and Innovation in the Auto-mechanic Industry in Nigeria

    This study determined the effect of clustering on innovation in the auto-mechanic industry in south-western Nigeria. It involved 13 auto-mechanic villages (clusters) comprising of 237 master mechanics located within Lagos and Ogun states and 145 master mechanics in Osun state...