Monthly Archives: March 2017

When Business Reciprocity Is Appropriate and When It Is not

Certain types of reciprocity are appropriate; others are not in business dealings. This article discusses three types of reciprocity -gifts, bribes, or kickbacks – and how to distinguish between them. One type of business reciprocity that would be ethical and appropriate would be a gift, which is something that is given without someone expecting that… Read More »

Advantages of a Holiday House Exchange

Many people have never even heard of holiday house exchange. There are many benefits to this new and exciting vacation style. When you do a holiday house exchange you are basically exchanging lives with another family. You and the family discuss the details of the amount of time that the two families will be exchanging… Read More »

Constraints on Participating in Leisure

In "Constraints to Leisure," Edgar L. Jackson and David Scott provide an overview of the field of leisure constraints research as of the late 1990s. They point out that originally researchers in the field studies what was then called "barriers to recreation participation," but the word "barriers" refers to what is now considered only one… Read More »

Disadvantages of Booking Online on Travel Portals

Online travel portal allows the customer to find the various destination of their choice, Information related to the place, availability, price comparison and hotel reservation or if they are looking for any package then they can also find with the help of the Various Vacation Package Booking . A traveler can enjoy a fast and… Read More »

Different Types of Hospitality Management Systems

Hospitality management systems are the software that runs your hospitality business. From the food ordering system in your restaurant, to online accommodation booking software, it enables efficient communication and management of your operation, ultimately increasing revenues. With a range of hospitality management systems to choose from, understanding what is offered is important in order to… Read More »

The Mystery of New Jersey's Hookerman

Fantastic stories of ghostly lights which frequently appear near railroad tracks and, according to popular imagination, are carried by the spirits of long-deceased conductors have become a permanent and tantalizing feature of American folklore. Commonly referred to as "spook lights," the phenomenon has captured the imagination of Fortean investigators around the world. According to recent… Read More »