A pattern is emerging of the employers’ skill demands in interactive service work such as that of hospitality and retail. Jackson et al. in the year 2002 with respect to personal and sales service work analyzed the job advertisements and it was seen that the skills states by the employers to be essential were the personal features and social skills(Jackson, 2002). In the same manner, it was revealed that the top two criteria for hiring entry-level hospitality industry employee were good attitude and pride in appearance; this was seen in a recent examination of about 100professionals of the human resource in the USA. There is increasing consensus regarding the importance of appearances and attitude to the employers even though the debate still exist regarding as to whether the appearance and attitude are a part of the skills and if these could be trained also. In most of the studies conducted in the past, this kind of labour is termed as the aesthetic labour. The meaning of the term aesthetic labour could be seen in the study conducted by Nickson et al. in the year 2001 and moreover this term is analytical complex too. It is important to focus on the fact that the organizations tend to recruit people with specific attributes and capacities which positively appeal to the aural and visual sense of the customers and the development of these are then done by means of monitoring and training(Industrial Relations Services, 2000). Those people who are employed based on sounding right or looking good, it has become translated in their popular imagination.