Consumer expectations, as well as marketing strategies will change as a result of the pandemic, perhaps with a greater focus on domestic customers and a greater concern for the environment. And this new hotel industry will need talent to match the opportunities that will emerge.
Second edition of the t4t – Talent for Tourism – a unique meeting between professionals, companies and touristic entities organised by Turijobs
Recently, I had the delightful opportunity to sit down with two Ôold schoolÕ hoteliers. The goal of my interview was to get their perspective on the current state of our profession and see what lessons could be gleaned that are applicable to those of us still in the trenches.
A new survey highlights the positive correlation between GM pay and property size, and the differentials in GM pay between independent versus branded/chain hotels.
The rules of attraction: how to secure the best revenue management candidate during the talent drought
With high turn-over rateS and a market demand for increasing numbers of talented staff, it is critical that hoteliers focus not only on attracting, but also retaining experienced revenue managers through an appealing workplace with a positive culture.
Amid a global war for talent, employers who want to attract, then develop, and finally retain their human capital should pay close attention to work-study programs.
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