In hospitality, the measurement and management of productivity is hit and miss and miss again. What is an effective measure?
Do your hotel financial statements give you the information you need to effectively manage your hotel? Are you able to see if your profits are where they should be in an enhanced top line statement? Do your statements measure flow thru? Do you record your rooms business by proper segments and track the rooms occupied, rate and revenue in each segment?
If you feel your hotel staff isn’t being as productive as you would like them to be, why not change things around a little? You may be surprised at how much more productive they may become from some small changes.
The U.S. economy is experiencing its longest run of falling worker productivity in nearly four decades, according to the latest Labor Department figures.
Change in the workplace is never easy, but here are five staff productivity-boosting ideas to help you improve the overall guest experience while remaining cost-effective.
In today’s market, lunch is not just important - it is essential. There is a need for an environment where employees and executives can go to reflect, relax and just talk to colleagues for an hour.