One thing is clear, with dirty rooms and guests waiting in the lobby, no one in the hotel has time to care about prices and revenue management. Increased salaries may be needed to lure enough staff to get hotels back on their feet.
There are certainly no shortcuts nor easy solutions when it comes to shortage of labor but here are some solutions that travel and hospitality practitioners will want to focus on in the coming months and years.
While it may appear as though these graduates might not be a good fit for your hotel at first glance, the fact is, they bring so much more to the table than you might initially realize.
The J-1 Program is a valuable way to provide training, education and cultural experience for international hospitality students seeking to enhance their knowledge and skills. In exchange, hotels can supplement their workforce with eager and educated staff.
Here are five reasons why hiring a Professional Employers Oraganization can help with your employee retention strategies.
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.
Covid-19 provided hospitality employees with a new lens. They became creative. They became entrepreneurs. They sought out opportunities in different industries. Can emotionally intelligent leaders bring them back?