Hospitality in the News

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: the state of the hospitality industry one year into COVID-19.  

When LGC was founded in 2003, we were operating solely in Indianapolis. Over the past 18 years, we’ve expanded to 37 cities across the country. Each local office is diverse and integral to the success of LGC. This series will look at our offices individually, highlighting what makes them unique. 

It’s been over a year since the coronavirus emerged and changed how we do just about everything in our lives, including how we save and spend our money.  

Hospitality in the News

Every week we comb through the news to find trends affecting the hospitality industry so you don’t have to. This week’s topic: how to retain managerial staff.  

For Women’s History Month, we’re proud to highlight strong, amazing women and their accomplishments that help make the world a better place.  

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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: why (and how) you should invest in employees’ careers.  

March is Women’s History Month, and we love having the opportunity to shine a spotlight on influential women who have had an impact on not just the country, but the world.  

Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve been discussing the topic of remote work as more people consider what the future of work looks like. The first part of this series identified the pros for remote work and how it could affect employees and employers. In the second part, we looked at the cons in order to help paint… Read more »

Hospitality in the News

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: the pros and cons of minimum wage increases vs. standard tipping.  

By now, you would have to be living under a rock to not know about the challenges the restaurant and hospitality industry has faced due to the pandemic. Despite the shutdowns and capacity restrictions, January was the best performance for restaurants since the pandemic started early last year.