Hitherto Unique Study

What are the requirements have the professionals today to work in the hospitality industry? Operational and not region-specific factors are decisive for the acceptance and retention of jobs. “” German Berlin-based business consulting Consulting has last week published a study entitled the region-specific factors in the lack of skilled workers in the hospitality industry at the example of Brandenburg and Mecklenburg-Vorpommern “published.” It was by German consulting both created and funded. Objective of the study is to investigate whether there are region-specific factors for a possible shortage and what demands and expectations today, have professionals to work in the hospitality industry. Only when the cause of looming shortages are known and understood the needs of workers, be it consulting according to German, to develop coordinated, concrete and therefore effective measures for finding and binding by employees for the hospitality industry. The results of the study show that are not region-specific factors essential for the decision of experts in adopting and maintaining a workplace in the hospitality industry. Many professionals would accept a job in obvious location disadvantages of such as poor transport connections, inadequate housing and insufficient childcare facilities as long as the operational factors correspond to your requirements.

Experts call for personnel action. Individual vocational training and a wages proportionate to the regional cost of living are particularly relevant factors. The study showed that especially long-time professionals and Deputy Head of the Department disproportionately feeling the relationship between their wages and the high of cost of living as a (complete). This is also a reason for leaving the regions for some. Also for young professionals is wage levels of one of the most significant factors in determining for a workplace. Still, the study found that the most skilled workers, in particular of generation Y, a tremendously strong need for professional development and individual measures of personnel management have.

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