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[ARCHIVED] Hospitality industry occupational job dictionary [online] : hotels and motels : an analysis of regular tasks and human movements common to workers and employers working in hotels and motels

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Internet only - free access
Adelaide, S. Aust.: WorkCover Corporation
Electronic resource
Publications previously produced by SafeWork SA and WorkCoverSA, referencing superseded South Australian legislation, are made available online via this Library catalogue. This title may include links to web pages that have moved or no longer exist, or may refer to other documents that are no longer available. 

The dictionaries assist employers, employees and medical practitioners to decide on the appropriate tasks required for an employee to return to work during the rehabilitation process of a specific work-related injury. The dictionary can also be used as a resource or tool for managers and supervisors to recruit new workers and train existing employees. Occupations include : administration staff, club/hotel manager, front office, house person, cleaning staff, room attendants, in-room dining, housekeeping coordinator, laundry attendants, stewards, function coordinator, banquet staff, bar attendants, drink service staff, waiting staff, chef, catering cook, kitchen hand, sales assistant, bottle shop attendant, gaming staff, stores, boots yards men, and general maintenance.
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