Here are five trends that’ll shape employee retention in the hospitality industry.
If employers in travel, tourism and hospitality think that their furloughed or laid-off staff have just been waiting for their doors to re-open, they could be in a world of hurt as they welcome their customers back. Many staff won’t return. Here’s why and what you can do about it.
Wyndham has been recognized by the Orlando Sentinel as one of its “Top 100 Companies for Working Families” for the 13th year.
Hilton’s hourly Team Members, who account for approximately 75 percent of the company’s U.S. workforce, will be covered under these new parental leave policies.
All new parents – including fathers and adoptive parents – will receive two weeks of fully paid parental leave and new mothers who give birth will receive an additional eight weeks of maternity leave.
Hotel staff are some of the hardest worked employees and when they feel rewarded and acknowledged, they are more motivated, happier and more likely to be loyal to your business.