Jeff Venza | April 8, 2021
By Jeff Venza In any industry, hiring, training, and effectively onboarding new staff is a significant undertaking that is often wrought with nuanced challenges. In the wake of the coronavirus pandemic, however, we find ourselves in an entirely new landscape. Over the past 12 months, rapid digital transformation has enabled organizations to reimagine how they work and manage talent completely. By 2028, 73% of all departments will have remote workers (Upwork), and internal communication and support processes across organizations have been placed under a critical lens. Workflow breakdowns and lapses in best practices have come to the fore...
The Carver Companies | August 13, 2020
ATLANTA, GA – August 13, 2020 – In response to the current environment’s impact on hospitality professionals, hospitality infrastructure powerhouse, The Carver Companies launched CarverPerks, a program designed to help their consultants with some of their most significant needs. “We wanted to find ways to help our consultants with their health and financial needs, and while we recognize they are independent contractors, our goal is to broaden the advantages that we can offer them above other Task Force companies,” said The Carver Companies CEO Joel Carver. “And to also give them the very best package of perks in the industry....
Shalloo Dhillon | August 4, 2020
COVID-19 has changed the Corporate World as we knew it in more ways than one, and recruiting is no different as the hiring process has changed significantly. Read our latest article to know more. By Shalloo Dhillon I have been a part of Human Resources and the recruitment world for over a decade now and can surely say that the COVID-19 has changed the very nature of recruitment just like it has impacted other businesses. As per our discussions with key industry stalwarts, companies are now adding new dimensions to executive profile while hiring, including a paradigm shift in the leadership profile. They are now looking out for executive...
Larry Mogelonsky | May 27, 2020
By Larry Mogelonsky, MBA, P. Eng. (www.hotelmogel.com) The post-Covid recovery will not mirror the initial reactions to the global lockdown for the hospitality industry. Namely, with hotels shutting down and laying employees off in droves, most properties will be reluctant to rehire all those previously let go because occupancies will take a long time to get to their pre-pandemic levels, thus not necessitating full staffing and recruitment. This can have a harmful impact on service delivery where much more is required from a leaner team, especially with the upgraded cleaning and sanitization protocols mandated by the new normal to make ...
the Carver Companies | May 6, 2020
ATLANTA, GA – May 6, 2020 – The Carver Companies, the hospitality infrastructure powerhouse, announced that their Carver Hotel Group division has re-opening teams ready to assist hotels preparing for business after being closed due to the pandemic. As the world of hospitality works towards re-opening, the hotel industry is anticipating the demand for Task Force consultants to be greater than ever. “At The Carver Companies, we want to let the hospitality arena know that we've spent the past six weeks preparing for the increased demand,” said The Carver Companies’ Chief Development Officer Charlene "Charley" Carter. “If your h...
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