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Daily work assignment sheet is a form that indicates special work tasks required for a given day and assigned to a specific worker.
A legacy of the British Raj, these were built as rest houses for colonial official across the country as well as in remote areas and scenic locales. All these properties have an ageless charm and an old world style of hospitality as well as special cuisine, which forms a part of the attraction, apart from the low tariff. These are owned by the various state governments and can be accessed through the local district administration.
Damp mopping are the use of a damp (not wet) mop for spot cleaning of spills and overall cleaning of light dirt from floors. This technique is not intended to remove heavily embedded dirt or old floor finish.
Slice, approximately 2 cm thick, cut through a whole round fish, such as cod or salmon.
Every hotel produces a ‘daily business report’ AKA ‘Manager flash’ that recaps all the activity within the last 24 hours. This daily report includes hotel statistics, like the total earnings from hotels revenue centres (eg:- Rooms, Food and Beverage outlets, Laundry, SPA, Shop rentals etc.). Sample DBR format used in hotels and resorts.
Deep clean is periodic act of cleaning a guestroom in depth. Involves moving heavy furniture, high dusting,turning mattresses, vacuuming draperies and curtains, and other cleaning functions not normally performed in the day-to-day servicing of a guestroom.
Deferring maintenance are the postponing maintenance and custodial activities to create a short-term cost savings. However, the strategy ultimately results in higher overall costs.