§ Identify the different ethical challenges in tourism and hospitality Recognize the different types of employment in the Philippines § Determine the importance of tourism business areas Section 5. The management powers and authority of the Company belong to the Board of Supervisors, a body composed of fifteen members, eight of whom are appointed by the President of the Philippines and may be recalled at will. The other members are elected by the members of the Society. The term of office of all members of the Board of Supervisors shall be one year. Vacancies on the Board of Supervisors created by death or resignation shall be terminated by election of the Board of Supervisors at its next meeting, with the exception that vacancies among the persons appointed by the Chairperson shall be filled by the Chairperson. The power to adopt, adopt and amend statutes and regulations rests with the Board of Supervisors. The board may also establish rules for the organization and operation of local units of the corporation, called provincial or municipal offices. § Recognize the economic, political and social issues of tourism and hospitality (3) § 4. Membership in the Society is open to residents of the Philippines. Contributions to the Society in order to entitle contributors to membership in the Society must be made in accordance with these classifications and in the amounts set out in its articles of association. Junior membership in the Company may be approved in accordance with the rules, regulations and guidelines prescribed by the Supervisory Board. § Identify the types of contracts for tourism and hospitality § Recognize the different types and classifications of partnership and society § Discuss joint airline laws, including the air and sea transport contract § Define ethical tourism and discuss the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism through UNWTO. § Recognize the different types of negligence and sources of damage paragraph 2.

The name of this company is “The Philippine Tourist and Travel Association, Inc.”, and under this name you have the power to sue and be sued; to accept the ownership and possession of immovable property and personal property deemed desirable and the legacies, gifts and contributions of property of all classes for the purposes of the said company; accept a seal and change and destroy it at will; and to have the right to adopt and use the emblem or insignia as deemed appropriate in the furtherance of the objectives set out below; issue and issue orders and regulations that are not contrary to the laws of the Philippines; and, in general, to do all actions and things that may be necessary to enforce the provisions of this Law and promote its objectives. This course provides comprehensive coverage of the functioning of the tourism and hospitality industry within a comprehensive national and international, legal and regulatory framework. This course explores this framework and covers the key principle of law that applies to hospitality, tourism and related industries. It also discusses different laws on business organization and various issues of international law such as consumer protection, product and service liability, labour and legal access to the natural environment.