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Hotel News ian 3/19/2014

Meet World Square's Jack Gurung ...

At Rydges our teams are made up of many and varied people who have many and varied interests. We have Thai folk dancers, darts champions and fire jugglers. And who knows what they get up to outside work?! Our staff members work in all sorts of areas like reservations, food & beverage, sales & marketing, housekeeping, maintenance and even management. Some make decisions on advertising, some look after valet parking and some fold the toilet paper into that welcoming little triangle. And every person on staff has one thing in common – they are all important cogs in the Rydges wheel that goes round and round and round to make our guests our number one priority. We thought you might like to meet some of our people…

Jack Gurung is Rydges World Square's Banquets Operations Manager – Jack is a bit of a 'straight shooter' and was Employee of the Year in 2013. We caught up for a chat...

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Jack Gurung World SquareTell us, Jack, do you have any likes or dislikes?

I like honest people and dislikes dishonest people...

What do you do on the weekends?

Spend them with family and make them memorable...

What is the favourite and least favourite part of your job?

Well, working in banquet operations, the favourite part is that every day is different with different events and people. The least favourite would be long working hours and anything disorganised...

What’s your professional background?

I have worked in different hotels around Sydney in banquet and food and beverage  outlets for more than 10 years.

Where do you see yourself in five years time?

Maybe doing my own business...

Do you have a favourite joke?

Any jokes that makes me laugh...

If you were the first human to meet an alien, what would the first thing you would ask?

What is your name and which planet you from?

If you were to meet a psychic who could tell the future, what would be the first thing you’d like to find out?

Where I will be in next 5 to 10 years.

Thanks, Jack!

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