Steffen Raub | July 7, 2022
By Dr. Steffen Raub, Catherine Rey Survey insights that explore how the hospitality industry is currently offering both opportunities and drawbacks in the eyes of today's young hospitality students. If the post-Covid labor shortage is to pick up, all key stakeholders must collaborate closely to refresh areas ranging from curriculums to working hours. Worker shortage in the hospitality industry – A chronic problem The hospitality industry is a people business and a labor-intensive industry that produces a considerable number of direct and indirect jobs worldwide. The attraction, selection and retention of “top talent” is theref...
James Houran | May 28, 2020
By James Houran, Matt Peterson Many hospitality students and professionals around the world recently participated in AETHOS’ series of development webinars. These sessions offered attendees the opportunity to complete the 20|20 Skills™ assessment to gain a personal SWOT analysis to help them navigate these challenging times of occupational crisis and change. Interestingly, the attendees consistently voiced certain concerns and follow-up questions. We wanted, therefore, to address these issues publicly for the benefit of business owners, leaders, and HR professionals who are eager to understand the issues presently on the minds of th...
The Collins College Undergraduate Student Team Takes 2nd Overall in STR Student Market Study Competition in NYC
at Cal Poly Pomona | November 25, 2019
POMONA, CA – A team of undergraduate students from The Collins College of Hospitality Management (CCHM) took 2nd place in the 2019 Smith Travel Research (STR) Student Market Competition from a field of 25 teams. The event took place during the HX: Hotel Experience (Trade) Show in New York City. For the competition, the team of Hospitality Management students Emily Fedorchek ’22, Heather Kingsbury ’20, Devon Lilley ’21, Sean Mayor ’22, Marissa Robledo ’22, and Natalie Thé ’20 spent months researching and analyzing the Seattle hotel market before presenting their insights on the future trends to the event’s judges. The st...
Marriott International Launches Tahseen Hospitality Training Program in Partnership With Helwan University and PDF
Marriott International, Inc. | July 11, 2018
CAIRO, Egypt, July 11, 2018 -- Marriott International (www.Marriott.com), the world's leading hotel company, reinforces its commitment to Egypt with the launch of Tahseen, a unique hospitality training program developed in response to a growing need for talent within the industry. Created in partnership with Helwan University and Professional Development Foundation (PDF), the program is focused on fast tracking the next generation of hospitality leaders from Egypt by providing them with firsthand experience and a springboard to launch successful careers in the industry. The company today unveiled the program at a signing ceremony graced...
Cloud5 Welcomes Telecoms Veteran Jerry Gore as Company CTO
Dusit International Appoints Makoto Yamashita as Pre-Opening General Manager of ASAI Kyoto Shijo and Area GM – Kyoto, Japan
Hospitality Industry Public Relations Leader David “Jerry” Daly Dies at 78
West Palm Beach Among Priciest Destinations in Florida, Survey Reveals
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