Type of Submission
It is common for hotel employees to receive several benefits tied to their workplace; in some cases these benefits are in a nonmonetary form. Several hotel companies, in both developing and eveloped countries, offer employee meals as a nonmonetary form of benefits. By using secondary data on employee satisfaction prior to and post staff cafeteria renovation, this study investigated the impact of employee meals on employee satisfaction and hotel financial performance. The findings showed a significant and robust correlation among the quality of the employee meals, employee satisfaction, and financial performance of the resort.
Nanu, Luana; Cobanoglu, Cihan; Yilmaz, Ibrahim Hakan; and Dis, Timucin
"Impact of Employee Meals on Employee Satisfaction and Hotel Financial Performance: An Experimental Study,"
Journal of Hospitality Financial Management: Vol. 28:
2, Article 3.
Available at: https://scholarworks.umass.edu/jhfm/vol28/iss2/3
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