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What do you mean by City Desk?
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.
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.
Dear Sir/ Madam , Plz Tel me what is the meaning of front desh exceutive of office meaning
'bureau' is for a teachers desk. but if you want a student's desk you call it 'pupitre'
"Not at my desk " is the right one.
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...
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"
Either: 1. Make a new side account and send yourself gifts (one of which could be a desk) 2. Get your friends to send you a desk 3. Buy one from the Trading Post Add m…e: 971Sand865 and I will send you one Or you could send me 1 and i will send u 1 my share code 316Beechnut232
No, the word desk is a noun, a singular, common, concrete noun; a word for a thing. A pronoun is a word that takes the place of a noun in a sentence; for example: The new des…k is large but I think it will fit over here. (the pronoun 'it' takes the place of the noun 'desk' is the second part of the sentence)
Hot-desking means that you don't have a permanent place or office to work from, but you find a place to work when you arrive.
A help desk is a program you use to manage customer relations. It allows customers to submit questions to your business and you to answer and resolve them.
About 30 inches high
In Plural Nouns
It's something you put things on. It's usually found in an office or school. it allows you to write and read easily.
In Green Living
I think what is meant by that saying is that the more people who Go Green, make this World a better one. There will be less toxins and smog in the air and that would mak…e it a lot cleaner than it is now. A great place to start is in your own home. In my opinion Geothermal AC/Heating is a great start for going Green! Not only does it save you about 50% each month on your electric bill, it also has some great tax incentives. A geothermal system is three to four times more efficient than the most efficient ordinary system. It is the best decision I have ever made to help my household become a bit more Green! If we all did our part, what an awesome change it could have on our World.
Credenza is the desk behind the desk. Typical use is for a computer or used in a u-shaped desk.
In US in WW2
Rightly or wrongly, the nation ultimately holds the president responsible for the good and bad of government. The phrase "the buck stops here" was a famous motto used by U.S.… president Harry Truman. It means that responsibilities should not be passed beyond a point.