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Start Thinking About Your Hotel’s “Off-Season” in a Whole New Way

Gary R. Hernbroth | August 13, 2018

By: Gary R. Hernbroth Training for Winners Many things in our world have annual cycles or seasons, such as sports leagues, holiday shopping, the school year, farm crops, you name it. There is usually a slow (or slower) season and a busy (or busier) season, two very different activity levels in play. This industry certainly has its cycles too, where business levels fluctuate between in-season crazy/busy/zany/frantic times and the "wake me up when a customer comes around" slower times. The latter condition is commonly and insufferably known by most as the off-season. "Come and visit during the off-season, our rates are much lower be...

Gabrielle Nicholson Named World’s Greatest Hospitality Talent at Emaar Hospitality Group in Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Emaar Hospitality Group | August 9, 2018

After evaluating more than 4,000 applicants, Emaar Hospitality Group, the hospitality and leisure business of Dubai-based global developer Emaar Properties, has announced the winner of its first-of-a- kind global initiative to scout for 'The World's Greatest Hospitality Talent.'Gabrielle Nicholson, 22, from the United Kingdom, secured the coveted position after the exhaustive process that saw applicants from 66 countries apply to win a senior level position with Emaar Hospitality Group. The comprehensive three-year all-expenses paid nurturing programme will result in a corporate directorship or General Manager position for G...

Emaar Hospitality Group Launches Global Hunt for ‘World’s Greatest Hospitality Talent’ for Under 26-Year-Olds

Emaar Hospitality Group | April 2, 2018

Dubai, UAE; April 2, 2018: Are you below the age of 26 years? Are you passionate about the hospitality industry? Are you creative, innovative and a go-getter? The opportunity to jumpstart your career for a corporate director/general manager role in the hospitality industry has just opened for you. Emaar Hospitality Group, the hospitality and leisure business of Dubai-based global developer Emaar Properties, has announced a first of its kind global initiative to scout for the 'World's Greatest Hospitality Talent.' Open for all young talents below the age of 26 years from anywhere in the world, Emaar Hospitality Group's international tale...

Finding & Recruiting Talent in Hospitality: Never More Than Two Degrees of Separation

David Lund | March 19, 2018

By David Lund Finding good people in our industry is a tough job, especially in certain economies. It is extra tough when you are looking for a particular skill set. Hospitality does not have the reputation for paying well. We have the reputation for long hours and working on weekends and holidays. Not exactly the millennial's picture-perfect career profile. Hospitality is special and either you get it and you drank the Kool-Aid or you don't. According to a hospitality degree is number four on the top eight college degrees with the worst return on investment. How is that for a hard pill to swallow. There is hope and there are...

How Hospitality Companies Lose Good, Promising Talent – And For All the Wrong Reasons

Gary Hernbroth | October 26, 2017

By Gary Hernbroth When you don't read the signs, you lose good people I often wonder how some so-called business leaders get to be where they are, how they get their leadership roles. Not all, certainly, but some. They miss so much. They don't read the right tea leaves. They don't ask enough questions. And in some cases, they don't recognize the potential in their own up-and-coming leaders, either. The woeful tale described here comes from the hotel industry, but it could apply to any number of businesses. Sadly, this is by no means an isolated case. A bright young hotel professional, just seven months out of The School of Hospitality B...

European Recruitment: Hospitality-Catering Faced With a Shortage of Applications

April 15, 2014

While recruitment opportunities are good and should remain so thanks to growth of tourism on the international scene, industry professionals have difficulty recruiting personnel who meet their needs. There is thus a shortage of perspective employees, but contrary to popular belief young people are disenchanted by the pace of the lifestyle that these jobs implicate. This is what results from a survey of French professionals by Hospitality-ON with Olakala reveals. "Today, there is a gap between positions available and the number of applicants on the French hospitality job market, due to a real lack of awareness about the jobs and traini...

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