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 to retain employees getting back to work after the pandemic.
Over the past year, it’s been more important than ever to take care of our mental health. This May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and in its’ honor, we’re sharing tips for practicing self-care that can improve your mental health.
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.
Working at a hotel is a great opportunity for those looking for experience in hospitality or looking to further a management career. With the hotel industry reaching a revenue of $200 billion in the U.S. in 2018, there’s no shortage of opportunity for hospitality professionals to find short- or long-term work.
Being equipped with a passionate, dedicated team is one of the best ways to guarantee success for your business. Not only do employees generate revenue and help progress the company’s mission, but they also act as representatives of your brand. Investing in your team literally and figuratively will keep retention rates high and workers engaged. With the current… Read more »
With an estimated 50 million people working in the gig economy, most businesses are bound to interact with workers looking for a side hustle in one way or another. In fact, there are several benefits to using gig workers in your day to day operations, including lower hiring costs and less risk.