In the past couple years, more and more people have joined the gig economy – whether it’s in a full-time or part-time capacity – as a means of making money or growing their careers. This diverse workforce is made up of 57 million people nationwide and can be found in virtually every industry and position.  

Every week we comb through the news to find employment trends affecting the hospitality industry so  you don’t have to. This week’s topic: what hotels can expect in 2021.  

Is ‘find a new job’ on your list of goals for 2021? Studies show that the best time of year to look for a job is January and February – so if you’ve been considering making a career move, now’s the time.  

We’re so happy to be bringing the Hospitality in the News series into 2021! For the first article of the new year, we’re covering how to use the stickiness factor in messaging to stand out amongst competition. (While you’re here, don’t forget to subscribe to our blog so you can stay up to date on hospitality-related news, stats, and stories.) 

If you haven’t finished your holiday gift shopping yet, there’s only a few more days left to get it done!  

Every week we comb through the news to find employment trends affecting the hospitality industry so  you don’t have to. This week’s topic: how businesses can engage customers while they’re temporarily closed.  

LGC is excited to announce the opening of our newest office in Oklahoma City! 

Every week we comb through the news to find employment trends affecting the hospitality industry so  you don’t have to. This week’s topic: can restaurant workers expect to receive the coronavirus vaccine? 

Regardless of the position or industry you work in, there’s one skill that continues to play a huge role in the success of managers and employees alike: communication.  

Though the name may imply something different, the small business industry is anything but small. With over 30 million firms classified as small businesses, this diverse industry accounts for almost 50% of the economic activity in the U.S. and employs 10 people per business on average (but can go up to 500 according to smallbizgenius.com.)