Hotel Bristol, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Vienna

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What turns a five-star house into a first-class hotel? Stylish ambience, impeccable service, enjoyment for all senses and above all the people behind. The Viennese Hotel Imperial and Hotel Bristol thus take the training of fledgling hotel experts very seriously: At the moment, 48 young apprentices learn the trades cook, restaurant expert and hotel and restaurant assistant in the two hotels. Not to forget the dedicated trainees from hotel and tourism schools. "Above all in economic depressions we want to invest in the youth and offer young people a job perspective", emphasizes Human Resources Manager Viktoria Arnold. And the company profits a lot as young people bring in fresh ideas into the team. Apprentices and trainees blend well with senior employees, who in turn enjoy sharing their knowledge and experience with the young."

The apprentices stay in "their house" for three years. After that, they are ready to go abroad in order to learn more about their job. "Those who complete their training with us can decide where they want to work", says the HR manager. "They easily get a job everywhere." That's why the limited training positions are much sought after. "We receive 600 applications for apprentice training every year, only 120 are short-listed. Most of the applicants are young men who want to become cooks. But there are 1,000 students every year as well who apply for obligatory traineeship."

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No one is born a master

Hotel experts also start from scratch - the Hotel Imperial and Hotel Bristol take good care of their apprentices and trainees.

What turns a five-star house into a first-class hotel? Stylish ambience, impeccable service, enjoyment for all senses and above all the people behind. The Viennese Hotel Imperial and Hotel Bristol thus take the training of fledgling hotel experts very seriously: At the moment, 48 young apprentices learn the trades cook, restaurant expert and hotel and restaurant assistant in the two hotels. Not to forget the dedicated trainees from hotel and tourism schools. "Above all in economic depressions we want to invest in the youth and offer young people a job perspective", emphasizes Human Resources Manager Viktoria Arnold. And the company profits a lot as young people bring in fresh ideas into the team. Apprentices and trainees blend well with senior employees, who in turn enjoy sharing their knowledge and experience with the young."

The apprentices stay in "their house" for three years. After that, they are ready to go abroad in order to learn more about their job. "Those who complete their training with us can decide where they want to work", says the HR manager. "They easily get a job everywhere." That's why the limited training positions are much sought after. "We receive 600 applications for apprentice training every year, only 120 are short-listed. Most of the applicants are young men who want to become cooks. But there are 1,000 students every year as well who apply for obligatory traineeship."

High success rate

Those who manage to become an apprentice at the Hotel Imperial and Hotel Bristol may look forward to first-class training and an excellent working atmosphere. The high success rate also bears testimony to this. Hardly any of the apprentices leaves prematurely.

Excellent junior staff

Some of the young experts also shine in apprentice and trade competitions such as the Young Hotelier Award event organized by the General Manager Council (GMC) to promote young talents of Viennese 5-star hotels.
Apprentice cooks, waiters and restaurant experts are offered another opportunity to distinguish themselves in the context of the Amuse Bouche trade competition. Participating top talents were allowed to show what they can in the course of the gala dinner at Hotel Imperial on the evening of the Life Ball - in the presence of celebrities such as former US President Bill Clinton. 

 

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