Hotel Industry – Hotels Benin http://www.hotels-benin.com/ Fri, 02 Jul 2021 12:04:16 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 http://www.hotels-benin.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/07/icon-150x150.png Hotel Industry – Hotels Benin http://www.hotels-benin.com/ 32 32 Free induction course offered to attract workers http://www.hotels-benin.com/free-induction-course-offered-to-attract-workers/ Fri, 02 Jul 2021 10:16:00 +0000 http://www.hotels-benin.com/free-induction-course-offered-to-attract-workers/ With the lifting of COVID restrictions, New York’s food scene is alive. But with more guests, you need more staff. What would you like to know IGC Hospitality Group founder Terence Tubridy said demand for restaurants and hospitality services is very high as COVID restrictions are lifted Tubridy struggles to fill jobs at the Rockaway […]]]>

With the lifting of COVID restrictions, New York’s food scene is alive. But with more guests, you need more staff.


What would you like to know

  • IGC Hospitality Group founder Terence Tubridy said demand for restaurants and hospitality services is very high as COVID restrictions are lifted
  • Tubridy struggles to fill jobs at the Rockaway Hotel and other restaurants he owns
  • He launched “The Hospitality Way”, a free course for people to prepare for work in the hospitality industry.
  • Many participants are now working in the industry

“The industry, especially restaurants, is experiencing unprecedented demand, the highest demand we have ever seen as an industry,” said Terence Tubridy, founder of IGC Hospitality Group.

He said the post-pandemic summer season is in full swing at the Rockaway Hotel. All that’s missing is the workers. At present, the hotel does not have the manpower to serve breakfast.

“Unprecedented demand and an unprecedented supply problem with the workforce. These two are in direct conflict with each other, ”Tubridy said.

According to the United States Bureau of Labor Statistics, only 60% of hospitality workers before the pandemic have returned to jobs in the industry as the city recovers.

“We would like to extend the hours of operation and do more stuff, but it’s very difficult to do that when you don’t want to exhaust the staff,” Tubridy said.

Tubridy has said he won’t be able to expand services at the Rockaway Hotel and its other properties until he has more workers. That’s why he launched “The Hospitality Way”, a free course to help people become workers ready to take on the industry.

“We need to reintroduce people to the hospitality and the freebies that this industry really offers. This path to upward mobility to serve people and make them happy is the key, ”he said.

By offering the course which meets once a week at no cost, Tubridy hopes to recruit more workers for the hospitality industry.

“What we found was that 20 people signed up and completed the course, 16 of them are currently employed in various companies on the peninsula and it was a great success,” he said. .

The Hospitality Way will be offered again this fall and winter.

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Frontline hotels are hospitality heroes – Manila Bulletin http://www.hotels-benin.com/frontline-hotels-are-hospitality-heroes-manila-bulletin/ Fri, 02 Jul 2021 09:32:49 +0000 http://www.hotels-benin.com/frontline-hotels-are-hospitality-heroes-manila-bulletin/ Not all heroes wear capes, as the new generation of heroes we admire are dressed in white coats, scrub caps, and the ever-elusive Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Our medical heroes have been fighting on the front lines for over a year, as we remain mired in a global health crisis. To them we are truly […]]]>

Not all heroes wear capes, as the new generation of heroes we admire are dressed in white coats, scrub caps, and the ever-elusive Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). Our medical heroes have been fighting on the front lines for over a year, as we remain mired in a global health crisis. To them we are truly indebted.

Recently, the Interagency Working Group on Emerging Infectious Diseases (IATF) also recognized the valiant efforts and sacrifices of the men and women of our tourism industry. The front lines of the hospitality industry have also served on the front lines, welcoming and providing a safe haven for our returning compatriots and essential travelers.

Last June, Resorts World Manila (RWM) took his hat off to all frontliners with Frontliners Month. RWM wanted to celebrate life’s greatest joys and achievements because it fully embraced its credo of making the most of life. To celebrate Frontliners Month, RWM shone the spotlight on its frontline hotels which have remained true to their duty even during difficult times and have continued to represent the company’s commitment to rocking the world whenever ‘they have the opportunity.

Resorts World Manila pays homage to frontline hotels.

Maricris Manimbo, customer service leader at Holiday Inn Express Manila Newport City (HIEx), recalls 2020 as one of the most difficult years of his career, “As early as January we started to see a series of cancellations of previous bookings due to the Taal Volcano eruption, and then immediately after, concerns about the virus began to surface. “

Maricris Manimbo of HIEx Manila.

While some hotels have closed, HIEx has remained operational to accommodate outgoing travelers in March amid growing concerns about the pandemic. “Before closing, we were serving a lot of outgoing foreign nationals. And then immediately after, we asked to be a quarantine hotel for our returning kababayan. “

At the Savoy Hotel Manila, front office associate Joshua Randel Tandoc initially feared for his personal safety and job security at the height of the pandemic and the initial lockdown. He shared: “We were slowed down during the height of the pandemic last year. It was really a difficult time as most of our colleagues were unable to report to work due to the confinement. Of course, we were afraid, it was uncertain times, a lot of hotels were closing at the time. Despite the inevitable, we were able to turn this season into an opportunity to learn more, grow together and show the true meaning of Filipino hospitality.

Joshua Randel Tandoc of Savoy Hotel Manila.

In these difficult situations, even the smallest things can go a long way. At Belmont Hotel Manila, F&B Service Ambassador Trixie Anne Paraiso explains how she was able to provide respite to returning OFWs who remain in mandatory quarantine at the hotel.

“The pandemic has radically changed our approach to customer service. There has been an adjustment, to be able to interact face to face, now everything is done by phone. It’s hard when we’ve been so used to seeing our guests and welcoming them with a smile, now we can only talk to them over the phone. It’s difficult because we know it’s difficult for them too. Most of them just want to be reunited with their families. So, for our part, we really want to offer the best possible service as the hotel becomes their first home back home. We try to make them feel at home by checking them in from time to time over the phone and addressing them by name. Customers really appreciate even the simple things we do for them, sometimes they leave little thank you notes saying how much they enjoyed their stay with us. These little acts of kindness in the chaos really keep us going. It puts into perspective why we do what we do.

The pandemic has truly changed lives and livelihoods around the world. Quarantine warrants and security guidelines have created a wedge between people and the way they interact. Despite this, the Filipino spirit and hospitality exudes warmth that can keep human relationships alive.

To learn more about RWM, visit www.rwmanila.com or follow RWM’s official social media accounts, @rwmanila on Facebook and Twitter, and @resortsworldmanila on Instagram.



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Vietnam Mattress Market 2021-2027 – Growing Demand From Thriving Hotel Sector http://www.hotels-benin.com/vietnam-mattress-market-2021-2027-growing-demand-from-thriving-hotel-sector/ Fri, 02 Jul 2021 09:14:00 +0000 http://www.hotels-benin.com/vietnam-mattress-market-2021-2027-growing-demand-from-thriving-hotel-sector/ DUBLIN, July 02, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD)–The “Vietnamese Mattress Market (2021-2027): Market Forecast by Product Type, Distribution Channel, Application, Regions and Competitive Landscape” report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The mattress market in Vietnam is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.8% during the period 2021-2027. The Vietnamese mattress market has seen tremendous growth in […]]]>

DUBLIN, July 02, 2021– (COMMERCIAL THREAD)–The “Vietnamese Mattress Market (2021-2027): Market Forecast by Product Type, Distribution Channel, Application, Regions and Competitive Landscape” report was added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer.

The mattress market in Vietnam is expected to grow at a CAGR of 5.8% during the period 2021-2027.

The Vietnamese mattress market has seen tremendous growth in recent years due to the growing demand for mattresses from the flourishing hospitality industry, supported by strong tourism growth in the country and rising residential real estate sales. Demand for the mattress industry is on a growth path primarily attributed to young consumers who are more concerned about health status and willing to pay a higher price than usual for cutting-edge products that would bring them better health. greater satisfaction.

However, the spread of covid-19 has resulted in reduced trips to specialty stores and shopping malls due to the risk of catching the virus, which reduced the demand for mattresses from the residential sector during the year 2020. and thus, market revenues have experienced a decline during this year.

In addition, demand from the hospitality industry and the hospitality industry has seen a major collapse due to travel restrictions and an emphasis on social distancing. Additionally, mattresses have been in demand primarily in hospitals and the healthcare sector to meet the needs of affected patients in 2020. The lockdown period has provided a much needed opportunity to achieve and focus on hygienic and comfortable sleep schedules. which can be improved by good quality mattresses.

The growing number of health-conscious consumers and increasing disposable income are the major factors driving the growth of the mattress market. The projected growth of Vietnam mattress market for the coming years can be attributed to such factors as increasing prevalence of spine health issues and other health issues, demand for improved lifestyle , increasing per capita income, increasing urban population resulting in increased residential demand and a thriving hotel sector. With increasing innovation from manufacturers in the mattress industry, the adoption of newer and better quality mattresses is expected to increase in the coming period.

Highlights of the report

  • Historical data and revenue forecast of Vietnam mattress market for the period 2017-2027.

  • Historical market data and revenue forecast, by product type, for the period 2017-2027.

  • Historical market data and revenue forecast, by distribution channel, for the period 2017-2027.

  • Historical market data and revenue forecast, by application, for the period 2017-2027.

  • Historical market data and revenue forecast, by regions, for the period 2017-2027.

  • Market drivers and constraints

  • Vietnam mattress market trends

  • Industry life cycle

  • Porter’s Five Forces Analysis

  • Market Opportunity Assessment

  • Vietnam mattress market share, by company

  • Competitive benchmarking

  • Company Profiles

  • Main strategic recommendations

Markets covered:

The report provides detailed analysis of the following market segments:

By product type

  • PU foam

  • Latex mattress

  • Spring mattress

  • Other

By distribution channels

By application

By regions

  • Northern region

  • South region

  • Central region

Companies mentioned

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