Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management

Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management is a magazine specializing in Management topics.

Articles from Vol. 11, No. 1, April

Dimensions of Chinese Culture Values in Relation to the Hotel Dining Experience
The ability of management to understand their customers is an important part of any successful business and this is particularly true within the hospitality industry. Globalisation has created a demand for international hoteliers to meet the needs...
Editorial
Welcome to volume 11, issue 1 of the Journal of Hospitality and Tourism Management. To provide a forum for the publication of contemporary research in the areas of hospitality management, tourism management, travel management, leisure management and...
Evaluating Training Programs: An Exploratory Study of Transfer of Learning onto the Job at Hotel A and Hotel B, Sydney, Australia
Holton III, Bates, Seyler and Carvalho (1997) define transfer of learning as the degree to which trainees apply to their jobs the knowledge, skills, behaviours and attitudes they gained in training. One of the focal points of the evaluation of transfer...
Predicting Job Retention of Hourly Employees in the Lodging Industry
The primary objectives of this study were to explore the reasons behind hourly employee turnover and to explore variables that would assist in predicting employee retention in the lodging industry. Data was collected from 230 hourly employees in 10...
Recreational Tourism: Demand and Impacts
Recreational Tourism: Demand and Impacts (2nd ed.) By Chris Ryan (2003). Clevedon: Channel View Publications ix + 358pp, US$79.95, hardback ISBN 1-873150-57-1, US$35.95, paperback ISSN 1-873150-56-3. This book is a second edition of Recreational...
The Strategic Use of Information and Communication Technology in Marketing and Distribution-A Preliminary Investigation of Sydney Hotels
Although previous research has demonstrated the paramount importance of information and communication technology (ICT) for marketing and distribution in tourism, hotels still lag in their strategic implementation and management of ICT. While researchers...
Tour Coach Operations in the Australian Seniors Market
Growing interest in travel by seniors has generated numerous opportunities for the tourism industry to develop new products and services to meet the specific demands of this group of travellers. In the future seniors will become even more able to afford...
Weekend Accommodation-The Challenge: What Are the Guests Looking For?
Many corporate hotel and other accommodation providers whose business guests represent a large proportion of their clientele have difficulty with occupancy rates during the weekends. It is common to see this type of establishment offering special deals...