How to get through a bad day working in a hotel and how to make an accident at work claim against your employer
In any job there are good days and bad days, and if you particularly love your job then you will find that there are more good days, whilst if you don’t like your job you may struggle through more bad days. If you are working in a hotel, your good days and bad days will be affected by yourself, what is happening in the hotel, your employers and colleagues, and guests.
This means that it is far easier for your day to take a turn for the worst at any moment. If you find yourself having a bad day, here are some of the things you can do to get through it.
- Take a break. You should still get breaks even on the busiest days working in a hotel. If your day is going wrong at all, you should think about taking your breaks at the right moments, so that you have some time to destress and get into the mood before you return to work. Never skip your breaks on bad days.
- Get help. If you are struggling with a task and this is causing you problems or stress, see if a colleague is available to help you with the task, to take some pressure off of you. You could also ask your employer for help, to see if there is anything they can do to take some of the pressure off.
- Focus on each task. Instead of letting a bad moment ruin your day, once the task is finished, take a short break before moving onto the next task, and then focus on doing the very best job you can on your next task.
- Focus on the customers. On the worst days, having a customer walk away happy with the service and their stay can help you to brighten up a little. Focus on customers throughout the day and aim to have them leave with a smile at the end of their stay.
You may be able to make a Tonyrefail accident at work claim
If the reason for your bad day is partly because of an accident or incident which has caused you serious injury, you may be able to make a Tonyrefail accident at work claim against your employer. Think about making a Tonyrefail accident at work claim if you believe that your employer could have prevented your accident, but through negligence did nothing to stop it.
Call Accident Advice Helpline on 0800 689 0500, or 0333 500 0993 from a mobile to find out more about making a Tonyrefail accident at work claim and decide whether or not you have a good case for a successful claim. If you do then you will work with an experienced lawyer, who will work on your behalf to ensure that your claim is successful.