How to Tell if a Candidate is Cut Out for Property Management

Working in property management can be extremely rewarding, both professionally and financially, which has made it a popular industry for those seeking a new career direction. But if a candidate does not have the required organization, attention to detail, or patience, they will not last long. So how can property management companies figure out which… Read more »

How to Write a Hospitality Job Ad That Sparks Interest

You’ve plastered your job opening all over the internet. Maybe you even invested in paid advertising. Yet nobody is applying. Why? Many hospitality employers don’t realize that the job ad itself could be turning candidates off. Here are 5 things that every job advertisement needs to convince candidates to click ‘apply’: Compensation Details Many employers… Read more »

5 Tips to Make Sure Your Private Club Is an Inclusive (not Just Diverse) Workplace

Diverse teams can bring undeniable benefits to private clubs, like an increase in employee and member satisfaction. But club leaders are learning that it is not enough to simply measure diversity success in numbers. They must also create an employer culture where diversity feels welcome and thrives. How can club leaders create inclusivity so that… Read more »

How Restaurants Can Win the Post-COVID Talent War

It is a recipe for a restaurant staffing disaster: A surplus of unfilled positions, not enough workers interested, and everybody competing for the same talent at once. It’s a reality for most restaurant managers, leaving them at a loss on how to recruit in this type of market. However, some restaurants have discovered effective incentives… Read more »

How Hospitality Companies Can Beat the Newest Pandemic: Job Ghosting

In a recent LinkedIn poll, we found that the biggest recruiting challenge for 37% of hiring managers was candidates ghosting jobs and interviews. Right now, candidates have the upper hand in the hospitality job market. If a candidate does not feel valued by the company in the interview process, they will quickly take their talents… Read more »

2021 Will be the Year of Turnover: How can property management companies avoid it?

We are already seeing it; 2021 will be the year of turnover. Over half of employed workers plan to switch jobs in the next year. This could cause some serious problems for the property management industry, which already sees turnover rates of over thirty percent. What can property management companies do to keep their employees… Read more »

Not Enough Hours in the Day: How to Recruit While Running a Restaurant

Most restaurant managers have experienced this vicious cycle: When a restaurant is short-staffed, management takes on extra roles. With the extra workload, there is not enough time to recruit and hire help. Without an HR or recruiting role on the team, the pattern is all too familiar. But with some smart adjustments to the recruiting… Read more »

6 Reasons Hospitality Employees Don’t Refer Candidates

People trust people more than companies, which is why employee referral programs tend to produce hires with a longer tenure. But for them to be effective, employees need to actually participate. This is where many referral programs stall and leave business owners and HR professionals scratching their heads. Where do they go wrong? Here are… Read more »

There is a Right Way (and a wrong way) to Use Skills Assessments When Hiring

Everyone puts their best foot forward in an interview. They will usually research the company and the role, prepare thoughtful answers to common interview questions, and show off their most impressive achievements. Of course, face-to-face interviews are essential in the hiring process, especially for many hospitality roles. But what else can hiring managers do to… Read more »