THE BEST ADVICE TO GAIN THE BEST OPPORTUNITIES Oxonnet helps to increase the candidate’s chances of employment within the British Hospitality Sector, with the preparation and processing of their documentation.
Checking level of English (minimum requirement B1 Intermediate).
Providing translation of documents.
Preparation, critical review and advice of your CV & Video CV.
Checking suitability of previous experience.
Validating all necessary certificate of competence and other achievements.
Provide an Induction course about different departments within a hotel, information about the hospitality industry and other relevant information.
Presentation of profile to hotels within our database.
Guarantee of success through our assistance..
Contact us for our terms and conditions and prices Hotel Placement Guide Your job offer could come from a Holiday Park, Hotel, Pub or any legal establishment in the hospitality industry anywhere within the UK. LOCATION: The establishments could be in towns, small villages or rural areas. ACCOMMODATION: Basic accommodation provided payable direct to the Hotel, (approx. £200/£300 per month) normally deducted from your salary. Meals usually provided whilst on duty, otherwise cooking facilities offered. TEMPORARY JOB: Being in a Temporary job means that no contracts need to be signed for the first 3 months. Usually temporary employment will hold a probationary period of 12 weeks. During this period your employment can be terminated at any time usually with a weeks notice, unless for gross misconduct where no notice is due. WELCOME LETTER: Once the hotel has selected you, a welcome letter will be sent directly to you with details of your work and the Hotel itself. From then on, all communication must be directly between yourself and the Hotel. PAY: In UK you can be paid weekly/monthly/year (per annum) UNIFORM: You might be asked to take a uniform (black & white). They will inform you in your welcome letter. MINIMUM WAGE: 18-20 years £5.13 per hour, 21 years and over £6,50 per hour (rates for 2014/2015) The employee is protected by the British Employment Labour Laws. See link below: https://www.gov.uk Disclaimer:This is a guide to what a candidate can expect and is typical when securing a work placement within the United Kingdom. It is for your guidance only and OXONNET do not take responsibility for the content of your agreement or contract with your employer. Contact us for our terms and conditions and prices