COVID has expedited the need for new temporary-labor models and next-gen temporary-labor sourcing. Read how Jitjatjo is reshaping client staffing under a new on-demand cost-model.
A year ago, trend predictions for 2020 looked bright and bullish, focusing on the kinds of topics that come when humanity’s basic hierarchy of needs are met: sustainability, elevated wellness, organic and better for you products all pointed to bottom-line increases.
Jitjatjo partnered with AthenaWise to provide useful tips on career growth and transition for hospitality professionals. Read our conversation with Nancy Medoff, founder of AthenaWise, to know more.
While the hospitality industry is on the cusp of making a return, the negative impact of the pandemic is only just beginning to be revealed.
COVID-19 has a radically altered day-to-day life for everyone—especially in the world of hospitality. But what lies ahead for hospitality in this "new normal"?
We were recently featured in 6feet.com to speak about how our business has adjusted to COVID. Read more here.
With many hospitality workers finding jobs in other sectors, it will be critical for both new and seasoned talent to understand what it takes to succeed in this “new normal.”
During the week of March 21, a record number of people filed for unemployment. The next week, the number doubled. Most of the people who filed for unemployment were for the hospitality industry.
The U.S. labor market is at its lowest unemployment rate in 50 years. With a rising demand for talent, employers are competing to attract and retain employees—and are struggling.
The market for online restaurant food delivery is expected to reach $200B in the next five years, growing 300% faster than dine-in over the last five years. It’s no surprise restaurants are looking for ways to increase their presence in the delivery business.