Saturday, October 21, 2017

Tag Archives: Resorts

How to satiate a guest’s subconscious

Colour psychology dates back to the late 1800s, when Swiss psychiatrist Carl Jung started to consider the impact that colour could have on one’s mood and recovery from stress. He’s famously quoted as saying: “Colours are the mother tongue of the subconscious”; a theory that several researchers and psychologists have expanded on throughout the past century.

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Young staff: try before you hire

The Australian Hotels Association has announced that it is supporting up to 10,000 internships across the Australian hotels and hospitality industry through the Federal Government’s Youth Jobs PaTH (Prepare-Trial-Hire) program. 

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Snow extends ski holiday season

Perisher has experienced an incredible spring snowfall over recent weeks, with more than 120cms of snow falling in the resort providing the best snow for all skiing and boarding conditions since 2000.

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Bank security explained: a basic guide

After my article in the latest Resort News (some said rant but no off­ence) regarding bank lending and personal responsibility, we received quite a lot of feedback. Most was based around misconceptions of how lender security works, with suggestions that we need to drill down and provide some detail.

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