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Recently businesses across the country were given the (conditional) green light to begin allowing customers into their stores to resume some-what normal operations. But with the recent increase in new coronavirus cases, the chance of having to reinstitute a lock down isn’t unrealistic. With this uncertainty looming, it’s difficult for businesses to plan for the future.
In the first part of this two-part series, we discussed some of the reasons why LGC, originally founded to service hospitality clients, can be utilized by businesses in various industries. Some of these reasons are:
About three months after they were forced to close, restaurants and bars around the country have begun the reopening process in hopes it will help restore the economy and add some normalcy back into our lives. And while it’s a step in the right direction, it’s likely that the hospitality industry will be dealing with issues caused by the novel coronavirus for months, if not… Read more »
Since 2003, LGC has been a key player in the hospitality staffing space, servicing hotels, restaurants, and hospitality events around the country –– but did you know we also partner with clients in other industries? Some of these include warehouse, distribution, administrative, and healthcare.
Bars and restaurants across the U.S. have been closed for more than a month due to the coronavirus. While many still offer take-out and delivery options, an estimated 8 million workers are without jobs, with venues seeing more than 50% loss in revenue and an even higher number in lost patronage.
Due to the rapid spread of the coronavirus, thousands of bars and restaurants have been forced to temporarily shut down dine-in service in order to maintain the health and safety of their patrons. Although many businesses have continued to offer takeout and delivery services, sales have taken a huge hit –– not to mention the staff. Working in the hospitality space, we understand… Read more »
During a time where we all feel uncertain of what the future looks like, one thing we have to do is support one another. Due to the coronavirus, business operations are being upended and causing workers to work from home, or in the case of the hospitality industry, not at all. Regardless of the industry you’re in, as a manger it’s your responsibility to guide, inform, and encourage your team… Read more »
As of 2019, there were just under 1 million unfilled jobs in the restaurant and hospitality industries – with that number expected to almost double in the next 10 years. Finding the right employees to fill those open positions is not only necessary for running a functional restaurant, but it’s integral to stay ahead of the competition.
Recently LGC launched a new staffing solution to add to their growing product line, the Recruitment Subscription Service. The service offers restaurants the opportunity to hire hourly workers for a flat monthly fee by providing the resumes of prescreened candidates who have already undergone a thorough interview process. Created based off the need to find great talent during a challenging hiring climate, the Recruitment Subscription Service aims to help… Read more »