Teen perception of employment: a study of the hospitality industry in Bangladesh

Authors

  • Dr. M. Javed Hossain
  • M. Noman Siddikee
  • Rashed Ahmed

Keywords:

Teenage employees, Coworkers, Employment, Hospitality, Human resources

Abstract

This study investigates perceptions of teens pertaining to some key employment issues that are important in job selection. A total of 152 teens working in the hospitality industry at Cox's Bazar identified a number of key issues that they considered important for selecting and retaining jobs. The findings reveal that teens prefer to work for firms that offered flexible working hours with friendly coworkers and good salary. At the end, some recommendations are made for the employers in the hospitality industry in order to facilitate a better understanding of the perception of their teenage employees regarding employment.

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Published

2012-05-30

How to Cite

Dr. M. Javed Hossain, M. Noman Siddikee, & Rashed Ahmed. (2012). Teen perception of employment: a study of the hospitality industry in Bangladesh. International Journal of Islamic Thoughts, 8(1 AND 2). Retrieved from http://ijits.net/ojs3/index.php/ijits/article/view/6

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Short Note