You are working in a hotel which contains a gaming room. Two men approach you at the bar and while you are serving them, they ask you a number of questions. These questions were general at first but then they became more specific. They asked you the following questions:
- Has this hotel got a gaming venue?
- Where is it?
- What time does it close?
- Does it have a back door?
- Does it have security?
- How much money do people gamble every day?
- When the machines are emptied, how is the money handled?
You are working at a bar and a group of your old school friends come up to the bar. You haven’t seen them in a very long time and are pleased to see them. One of the group asks you for a free drink as ‘you owe him one’ because he helped you once when your car had broken down.
You are working in a hospitality service and an opportunity arises for promotion. The position has been advertised externally on the internet. You have been working hard and all of your supervisors have advised you to apply for the position as you display all of the qualities, skills and knowledge that are required. You have spent time on your resume and your application and you are aware that two other staff members are interested in the position. You all know each other well and are supportive of each other.
You arrive at work on the day of your interview. You are told that no interviews will be going ahead as the manager has decided to give the job to an acquaintance of his. It appears that he does not have relevant experience in the job.