Hi, if you've never been involved in tourism or hotels positions, front desk means the area where you have to "check in" or "check out" in a hotel. This area is always n…ext to the lobby. When you get into a hotel, you will see the lobby (usually many persons sit taking a drink, getting tours information, just waiting for departure time or people who has arrived). In any part around the lobby, you'll see probably some people on a line waiting to "check in", that space is called front desk and all persons inside front desk are the front desk staff. They have to fill up a registry with the visitors informations, then give them general information, the room key and.... "Next" hoho. If you are a spanish speaker front desk means "Recepcion", and front desk staff "Recepcionistas o personal de recepción". English speakers don't call them reception or recepcionist because these two apply for offices, medical institutions, etc where there is a person giving some information about the place. That's the difference, in psanish we call reception or receptionist to all of them, no matter if it's a hotel or a hospital. I expect this helps, greetings...
The front desk is where the people who can check you in work at. They might be at a hotel to give you your key, or they might be at an office to check you in at an appoint…ment.
Dear Sir/ Madam , Plz Tel me what is the meaning of front desh exceutive of office meaning
réceptionniste - hôtesse d'accueil
I know the answer because I am in orchestra and I play the Viola. 1st desk means that you are the best out of the others. For example, lets say there are 7 violinists. They wo…uld be ranked by chairs or desks. And the best violinist out of the 7 would be ranked "First Desk" or "First Chair"
a front desk manager is someone who is in charge of the customer service desk/ counter / server and he or she is called a Secretary, though in some places like Guest Houses ar…e called receptionist.
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I don't know.I heard it from thecomputernerd01 on Youtube.
Desk Sergeant is a term common to police departments, referring to the officer who sits behind the desk at the entrance to the department. I've never heard of any such term in… the military - at least, not in the Army, and I'm doubtful it would be present in the Marines, as well. Soldiers will have rotating duties for Charge of Quarters (CQ) or Staff Duty, but the NCO in charge will be known as the CQNCOIC or SDNCO... never a "desk Sergeant".
What ever you are willing to pay for it. 2 years ago, a friend saw one at a flea market in Nashville for $75.00.
eat your desk means :it's time to work or time for hard work ,time to use your brain .it's the best and own answer for this question
A help desk refers to an area where one can find support for products. When it is web based, it means the help desk is located on the internet. This type of help desk is bec…oming more popular with companies.
The dream is work related, whether or not you actually sit at adesk at work. It might refer to you looking for a job, wanting tochange jobs or approaching retirement. It also …makes a differencehow you felt during the dream. Anxious feelings could reflectinsecurity at your job or a nudge from your conscience that youneed to apply yourself more seriously. Alternatively, you might bespending too much of your time and energy at the desk; again, theemotions experienced in the dream determine its meaning.