Inflation has skyrocketed in the last year, employees have new priorities and expectations, and yet some travel industry businesses still insist on offering below-real-living wage salaries and inflexible working conditions. Will this old attitude be enough to attract new talent?
With many travel industry employers encouraging their employees to return to the workplace full-time, we discuss the pros and cons of this approach in today’s candidate-drive market.
Have you considered whether your sales team are still in COVID-19 survival mode? Or have they learned how to thrive in the new post-pandemic travel industry?
Exit interviews are a crucial part of the recruitment process. Businesses risk making the same mistakes repeatedly when no action is taken from exit interview data.
With all the employee benefits and perks available for travel industry employees, how important is your salary offering in comparison?
Find out how you can recruit a top-tier team whilst navigating the complexities of hiring within a candidate-driven market.
Investing in soft-skills training for your teams doesn’t have to be a huge time and money investment. It is, however, an important part of your employee retention strategy - read on to find out why.
Learn how to successfully recruit quality employees in the current candidate-driven market by leveraging the passive candidate pool.
Is it time to start applying the repeat and referral business model to your recruitment process? You might just find it brings the same level of success as it does with your customers.