News for the Hospitality Executive
The Upside of a Downturn
The need to cut costs creates push to consider alternatives
Ft Lauderdale – November 21, 2008: One upside from a softening economy is that when it comes to expenses and costs, everything is on the table. Take for example the practice of hiring outside trainers for classroom style training sessions.
“Bringing in a trainer to spend a day or a half day training reservation agents once or twice a year is expensive and ineffective when you consider the alternatives.” says Don Bundock, CEO of Quality Track International.
Consider the downsides of such classroom style training:
It works like this:
To view a brief multimedia presentation on the features and benefits of FoQus Coaching please visit www.QualityTrack.com/FoQusCoaching
About Quality Track International, Inc.: Quality Track International, established in 1998, is a leading worldwide provider of performance enhancement services to the hospitality industry. In addition to the FoQus Coaching, they provide a full range of mystery shopping services plus PCI Compliant Call Center Monitoring
For more information contact: Mr. Donald Bundock, CEO, Quality Track International, Inc., at (416) 693-5426 or by e-mail at Don.Bundock@QualityTrack.com
Quality Track International
|Also See:||Downturn Dilemma; How to save money on training without sacrificing performance / November 2008|