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General Managers

It would be great if General Managers, Deputy General Managers, Resident Managers, and Executive Committee Members Exchange their Ideas and meet around this area.

Location: World Wide
Members: 326
Latest Activity: Jun 6

What a Great Opportunity

I am very proud to say that our group GENERAL MANAGERS, is growing and developing into a great forum. On Board we have a Great Hosptality Experts and Consultants.
We have Excellent Experienced General Managers, Great Consultants at House Keeping & Rooms Division Department, and real Outstanding Culinary Experts as well.
By having a look at the group members profile, you are sure we are lucky to be together.
Please Feel Free to ask, discuss, and inquire about any hospitality issues that may challange you on daily operation, in recruiting new team members, or facing challanges at customer experience, and guest satisfaction.
I hope that our group can help us build a great helpful relation that every body can enjoy and share.
ABDELMONEM

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Comment by Sic Gabrielovich Marzan on September 9, 2009 at 0:56
Dear Colleagues,
I would like all us read this resport from HOTEL1S DAILY NEWS SERVICE posted today.....please send your commentaries.

Hugs from Brazil


Dubai hotels \ losing out\ to Yas Island attraction
News from LexisNexis
Louise Birchall -- ArabianBusiness.com, September 7, 2009 Monday


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Better pay, attractive staff accommodation and a perceived stronger economy are among the reasons for an increase in Dubai hotel staff accepting jobs in Abu Dhabi, industry officials say.

Hoteliers across the emirate have reported significant numbers of staff being poached for pre-openings at the new Yas Island hotels in the lead up to the Abu Dhabi Formula 1 Grand Prix, which includes seven new openings.

"We've certainly lost people to Yas Island; while it's an element of the hotels there offering higher salaries, I think Abu Dhabi is seen as a safer location at this stage," said Mina Seyahi Beach Resort and Marina complex director of HR Hein Dames in comments published by Hotelier Middle East.

"We have found that a lot of people have elected Abu Dhabi as a destination where they would like to work...Service charges and tips are better so when it comes to Abu Dhabi versus Dubai staff recognise the financial gains in the capital - even if they're getting the same salary they're going to a property that's busier and generating more revenue," added Dames.

Dames said that around 30-40 staff members had left the complex having been offered promotions at Yas Island properties, while in Dubai many hotels had enforced promotion and pay freezes.

Dusit Residence Dubai Marina resident manager Aloysius Michael warned that Dubai hotels should think twice before enforcing pay or promotion freezes.

"The economic downturn has set a lot of fear in the minds of employees. If they look around and see this market is not doing well, they will go to Yas Island so that puts the pressure on us to encourage employees to stay," said Michael.

"Freezing promotions is not the best way because when the market picks up you can't find the talent because they've gone," he added.
Comment by Daniel T. Pai on September 7, 2009 at 21:54
Dear all,
I am truly proud of myself to be a member of this group. By a chance, let me have an idea of can any one advice which is the best market in Asia for hotel management level for the time being since crisis is still carry on ?
B.rgds_daniel
Comment by Sic Gabrielovich Marzan on September 7, 2009 at 20:10
Dear Joseph, I will much appreciate if you can manage my career there in India or any island property arround. I have no experience in that area but I had been in many countries world over and have no problems to go anywhere even in a single status. Let me know your email address to send my CV and other informations.

Very much appreciate if can find an open vacancy opportunity for me, better ar F&B Manager or GM. Aldo have experience as Hotel Manager. Thanks a lot,
Hugs from Brazil, Sic
Comment by Joseph C.B.D'Couto CHA,FIH. on September 7, 2009 at 19:44
If there is anything that I can do for any of you in India please do not hesitate to get in touch with me.

Cheers
Joseph
Comment by William Thomson on September 7, 2009 at 7:56
I am seeking a GM role in Thailand - Indonesia - UAE or Philippines.

Although it has been some time since my employment in the Hospitality Industry my knowledge and expertise has not diminished. These include strong management skills: overseeing staff in a 5 star hotel including front office operations, kitchen and restaurants, housekeeping, accounting, human resources, security and maintenance, stock control (food and beverage), financial budgeting (yield and revenue management) and catering for conferences and other events.

With well over fifteen years of experience in Sales & Marketing and Business Development practices as well as Hospitality Management within various organizations (Sheraton Mirage, Iwasaki Sangyo Resorts and Great Keppel Island Resort etc.) in respect to managing internal/external capabilities & cross project activities I now deliver excellence in strategic thinking, implementation and increased percentage profits.

Should you require further information I can be contacted via emailto imhometep@yahoo.com or by mobile on +(61) 404419284.
Comment by William Thomson on September 7, 2009 at 7:47
I am seeking a GM role in Thailand - Indonesia - UAE or Philippines.

Although it has been some time since my employment in the Hospitality Industry my knowledge and expertise has not diminished. These include strong management skills: overseeing staff in a 5 star hotel including front office operations, kitchen and restaurants, housekeeping, accounting, human resources, security and maintenance, stock control (food and beverage), financial budgeting (yield and revenue management) and catering for conferences and other events.

With well over fifteen years of experience in Sales & Marketing and Business Development practices as well as Hospitality Management within various organizations (Sheraton Mirage, Iwasaki Sangyo Resorts and Great Keppel Island Resort etc.) in respect to managing internal/external capabilities & cross project activities I now deliver excellence in strategic thinking, implementation and increased percentage profits.

Should you require further information I can be contacted via emailto imhometep@yahoo.com or by mobile on +(61) 404419284.
Comment by Sic Gabrielovich Marzan on September 6, 2009 at 19:56
Dear Colleagues,

I'm actually working as F&B GM at a 22 units Hotels Group im Brazil.
I managed more than 650 peoples, focus on new Menu's alternatives. Have great experience and acknoledge on our matter with written letter on my CV.
I've been searching for new opportunities in SAfrika/ Indonesia / China and Remote Island Hotels & Resorts.

If anyone of you knows for open vacancies on above areas, I will much appreciate you to let me know about. My search is for F&B Management as GM, Mng or Chef especialized in Mediterranean Modern fine cooking art.

Have all you a great wekk. Thanks a lot,
Sic
Comment by dedy sumardi on September 6, 2009 at 5:13
Hi, warm regards from me, Dedy- GM at a 5 star hotel in Bandung, Indonesia. Thanks for allowing me to join.
Comment by John Burk on September 4, 2009 at 16:56
Thank you for allowing me to join this group. While I am not involved in hotel management, I design hotels and have always felt the more knowledge I have of the industry the better my designs are for the users. I look forward to learning from the group with the end result better hotel designs for both employees and guest.
Comment by Mohamed Ali on September 4, 2009 at 15:26
Hi all I'm hapy to be one of this great group.
 

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