Be Proactive – Address These Job Candidate Concerns Up Front

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The pandemic has had an enormous impact on the hospitality industry. In some areas, businesses are slowly reopening. But many potential job candidates are reluctant to return, mostly because they don’t know what to expect when they get there. Reassure candidates by sharing your policies and safety plans upfront in job postings, on your website,… Read more »

How Are Changing Dining Trends Affecting the Country Club?

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Today’s club members are likely to have a much different attitude than those in previous decades. Country clubs were once primarily the purview of men only who might bring their wives and children in for tennis lessons or a family dinner (dressed up, of course). The atmosphere was one of dark wood, leather chairs, accompanied by cigars and lavish meals. Modern clubs are more inclusive, or they need to… Read more »

Nearly Half of Top Performers Are Leaving – How Can You Get Executives to Realize the Economic Impact on Your Company?

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Turnover is typical in the hotel and restaurant industry. Many managers and executives don’t give it a second thought. It’s merely the cost of doing business. But this can be an expensive mistake. Those who leave the company are more likely to be among the top performers. Why? Top performers have more options They are desired by other companies… Read more »

When Are Caregivers Burned Out at Your Senior Living Facility?

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Seniors and their loved ones count on the skill and compassion of the caregivers in your senior living facility. But just like family members, professional caregivers can experience burnout from a job that is physically and emotionally taxing. Here are the signs to look for and what can be done to treat or prevent it.… Read more »

The Counteroffer – Why Accepting One Doesn’t Help You Long Term

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To accept the counteroffer or to not accept the counteroffer, that is the question. You’ve gone through a tough job search and come back with an exciting offer. Upon going back to your current employer, you mention the offer.   It could be a few minutes later. It could be a few hours later. It could be the next day. Your current manager… Read more »