The Truth About Job Hopping in Hotels

Whether you attribute it to the economy or just want to blame the Millenials, the numbers don’t lie. Job hopping has been on the rise for the last decade. And in the hotel industry, it is even more common. If everybody is doing it, it isn’t a big deal. Right? Maybe. Maybe not. Although many… Read more »

Hotel Sustainability Starts With Employees

Today’s travelers are increasingly aware of the carbon footprint that their travel has. Unsurprisingly, hotels are investing in sustainability initiatives in response. Existing hotels are being refitted and new hotels are being built with energy-reducing technology. But are these physical changes enough to significantly improve hotel sustainability across the industry? Unless the entire hotel team… Read more »

What are Data Scientists Doing for Hotels?

Hospitality companies have been collecting data about their guests for years. But that data is basically useless if it’s collected haphazardly and nobody can interpret it. Most people don’t get into the hotel industry because they love data and statistics, and there aren’t enough people that can utilize this data properly. This is where a… Read more »

What Will Travelers Actually Want from Hotels When They Return?

Travelers will want flexibility, safety, and technology from hotels after Covid-19

While the pandemic itself won’t be around forever, it will have some long-lasting effects on how travelers approach making their plans. Of course, sanitation and safety will be a major concern for travelers when they venture out to a hotel. But, what else will be at the top of hotel guests’ minds during, and even… Read more »

Letter From the CEO

To my fellow Hospitality Professionals, Just three months ago, the unemployment rate was at an all-time low of 3.5%, and it was a candidate’s market. Now, as I write this, the unemployment rate is hovering around 20%, and the hospitality industry is feeling it the most. We are watching our industry and its needs change… Read more »