Every week we comb through the news to find employment trends affecting the hospitality industry so you don’t have to. This week’s hospitality in the news topic: how to get a cashier job with no experience.
Environmental careers encompass a wide range of opportunities that each require a combination of education, training or certification, and technical expertise that let employers know you have the “hard” skills to understand the job and its expectations.
When dining at a restaurant or bar, have you ever just sat there to take in what’s going on around you? The fast-paced environment, employees moving quickly, and… are they speaking another language? No, that’s just restaurant lingo.
Every week we comb through the news to find employment trends affecting the hospitality industry so you don’t have to. This week’s hospitality in the news topic: is hotel manager a good career?
If your new year plans include a new job, it’s time to get moving.
In 2021, while the COVID-19 pandemic continued to impact businesses, millions of workers across the United States left their jobs in what was dubbed the “Great Resignation.” A variety of reasons for people leaving their current jobs have been offered, including stress, rethinking careers, focusing on family, and better pay or financial security. Hang on to… Read more »
Working at a stadium is one of the most exciting parts of picking up temporary shifts. The environment is lively, attendees are excited, and you may even get to check out some of the event while you’re there. Not many people can say they had the opportunity to work at the Super Bowl, and yet… Read more »
Since 2003, LGC has been a staple in the staffing industry. In that time, we’ve been fortunate to connect thousands of employees with great opportunities around the country. But if you’re not familiar with us, you may be wondering: how much does LGC staffing pay? We’ll explore that below.
Having operated in the staffing industry for almost two decades, one question we often hear is, “Why should I work with a recruiter? What do recruiters look for?” Considering most people’s experience with job searches have been a solo endeavor, this question is completely understandable.
Can you believe that the year is already coming to an end?