HOW DO NON-MONETARY REWARDS HELP TO CREATE EMPLOYEE RETENTION AT DOLTONE HOUSE SYDNEY?
Question Preview:In this capstone subject, students have the opportunity to demonstrate the core attributes of written communication, information literacy, synthesis of complex information, and logical and critical thinking. This is achieved by completing an asubstantive piece of hotel analysis, supported by research and based on experiential learning and the analysis of an actual business situation or contemporary topic that has significance to the industry. Each student's analysis project is enabled by utilizing resources from the University, academic faculty and through forming a mentor group for guidan...
Solution Preview:The employees are the sole responsible person of an organization who helps to take it to a greater extent. The present study is focused on the various factors that are related to the employees’ satisfaction in Doltone House Sydney. According to, Park, Lee& Kim (2018), the employees are considered as the important assets for the hotel business. The management of the hotel focuses on the job satisfaction of its employees as in the present hospitality market, having in possession of loyal employees is very essential for its sustainability. According to, Bontis, Janoševic& Dženopoljac (2015), the employees’ satisfaction, motivation, flexibility in job results in better services of the employees. The employees give better efforts to the organization when they are satisfied. Doltone House Sydney needs to focus on the employee needs, in order to get employees retention for a long period of time. According to, Hamir, Ismail, Zahari, & Abdullah (2018), in case of certain hotels they pay low wages to the employees as per their long working hours and a huge burden of work.
This report aimed to develop a critical understating of the various accounting software by evaluating the cloud-based accounting software in regards to businesses and then suggest the most appropriate accounting software to a chosen company such as Woolworth. The findings of the current report reflected that the company has key activities like manage, organize, maintain its store staff, develop various strategies for the business, billing for their products, maintain their transactions, and records them and handle their conflicts, etc. Similarly, its other activities related to revenue and expenditure cycle also includes sales and purchase related practices. Moreover, some internal controls are found weak in Woolworth due to which company has risks like segregation of duties, major frauds, poor corporate governance, improper monitoring of managerial opportunistic behavior.