Articles tagged “labor”

Hotels

Hilton’s Latest Employee Benefit Leans Into the Labor Shortage Crisis

Hotels are struggling to hire workers, and analysts think a lot of the recruiting issues have to do with lower pay and unclear career advancement opportunities. Hilton's new partnership can tackle both issues — if it gets enough employee participation.

Hilton’s Latest Employee Benefit Leans Into the Labor Shortage Crisis

Travel Agents

Daily Podcast: An Unhealthy Cruise Dependency

Good morning from Skift. It's Tuesday, January 18, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: An Unhealthy Cruise Dependency

Airlines

Daily Podcast: Delta Air Lines Sees Better Days Ahead

Good morning from Skift. It's Friday, January 14, in New York City. Here's what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Delta Air Lines Sees Better Days Ahead

Hotels

Daily Podcast: Too Many Job Openings at Hotels

Good morning from Skift. It’s Monday, January 10, in New York City. Here’s what you need to know about the business of travel today.

Daily Podcast: Too Many Job Openings at Hotels

Airlines

United and Spirit Increase Pay for Onboard Staff During January

Can't staff your airline? Two airlines are responding to labor challenges and holiday expectations by opening their wallets.

United and Spirit Increase Pay for Onboard Staff During January

Airlines

Staff Shortages Force United and Delta to Cancel Holiday Flights

Holiday travel is always a headache, but when mixed with a rapidly spreading virus and mandatory quarantines "headache" doesn't quite capture the stress for both airlines and passengers.

Staff Shortages Force United and Delta to Cancel Holiday Flights

Coronavirus

Australia Opens Borders to Some Vaccinated Foreign Visitors

Nearly two years into the pandemic, Australia is still fine taking things one step at a time.

Australia Opens Borders to Some Vaccinated Foreign Visitors

Business Travel

Business Traveler Loyalty on Flights Up for Grabs Coming Out of Pandemic

Whether it is hotels offering sporadic housekeeping or over-overcrowded airport lounges, service levels across the travel industry have plummeted coming out of the pandemic. Loyalty indeed is under severe pressure.

Business Traveler Loyalty on Flights Up for Grabs Coming Out of Pandemic

Coronavirus

Hotel CEOs Concede a Lasting Labor Shortage May Reshape Guest Experience

Finally, there’s some honesty about the hotel labor shortage crisis, and it doesn't just hinge on pandemic-related unemployment benefits.

Hotel CEOs Concede a Lasting Labor Shortage May Reshape Guest Experience

Hotels

Premier Inn Says Labor Issues and Brexit Threaten Full Recovery in 2022

Coronavirus has masked the true impact of Brexit on the UK hospitality industry. Expect more hotels to bemoan the situation as they attempt to recover from the pandemic.

Premier Inn Says Labor Issues and Brexit Threaten Full Recovery in 2022