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Just a few things happened in 2020 – an election, a pandemic, an economic shut down. Believe it or not, the world is still spinning, and we are still building features in HotSchedules to help you manage your workforce.
HotSchedules was created in 1999 to solve one of the hospitality industry’s most complex problems: keeping teams connected.
Hoteliers from independent bed-and-breakfast concepts, global hotel chains, and everything in-between have faced immense challenges throughout the pandemic.
Suppliers in the hospitality industry have been adversely impacted by the pandemic, with reports of revenues of less than 10% of 2019 levels during the first lockdown.
Who is ready to say goodbye to 2020? I think the answer to that question is one that we can all agree on. But before we take off for the holidays and get ready to put it all behind us, there are some end-of-year tasks that Payroll and HR teams need to take care of to get ready for the new year.
We’re highlighting three fundamentals of running vital restaurant operations that logistically may look different today, but are rooted in what’s always made this industry successful – hospitality.
It’s that time of year again. On Sunday, November 1, if your state observes Daylight Savings, we will fall back and gain an hour of precious sleep and lose an hour of daylight.
Recently the National Association of Professional Employer Organization (NAPEO) and independent analytics and research firm, McBassi & Company, published an industry study that closely examined the impact PEOs have had on business outcomes for their clients throughout the pandemic.
Health surveys have become standard practice during the COVID-19 pandemic. However, there are still many questions out there about how to implement and ensure the full participation of your teams.
Recent research suggests that COVID-inspired cleaning and safety standards will add roughly $9 billion in incremental expense to the hotel industry.