Articles tagged “staffing shortages”

Cruises

U.S. Cruise Lines Recovery Threatened by Worsening Labor Shortage

Cruise lines have faced one hurdle after another in their quest to make a full recovery. But the labor shortage just might be the most difficult to overcome because there's no end in sight.

U.S. Cruise Lines Recovery Threatened by Worsening Labor Shortage

News Blog

Desperate Hotels in a Rush Left to Hire Inexperienced Staff

Heavily-understaffed European hotel brands are now scrambling to hire workers, left with applicants with no experience or even no track record, according to Reuters. Accor needs 35,000 employees in the 110 countries that it operates in. The hotel brand has been conducting trial initiatives to recruit people who have never worked in the industry, Reuters…

News Blog

UK Speeds Up Security Checks for New Airport Workers Amid Staffing Shortages

The UK government is accelerating national security checks for new airport employees to tackle staffing shortages that have contributed to a chaotic summer for travelers in the country and throughout Europe. The country has sped up the vetting process all new aviation recruits must undergo, with accreditation checks being completed on average within five days…

Airlines

The Highest Paid U.S. Airline CEOs and Other Top Stories This Week

In Skift's top stories this week, how much were major U.S. airline CEOs paid in 2021 is revealed, events executives explain how labor shortages are hitting their industry hard, and travel disruptions in the United Kingdom are threatening the country's economic recovery.

The Highest Paid U.S. Airline CEOs and Other Top Stories This Week

Airlines

UK Tells Airlines to Stop Selling Flights They Can’t Staff

If airlines can't solve their staffing issues immediately, they won't see a full recovery anytime soon because those staff shortages are driving mass flight cancellations.

UK Tells Airlines to Stop Selling Flights They Can’t Staff