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Cultivating Thriving Hospitality Teams in the Post-pandemic World

By Sarah Diehl, Founder and Principal, Empowered Hospitality People are at the center of the biggest challenges facing the hospitality industry today. In fact, over 1 million workers have exited the industry since March 2020, and hundreds of thousands of jobs remain vacant.  Front-line hospitality employees bore the brunt of pandemic restrictions, personal health risks, […]

Rebuilding #HospitalityStrong

By Quendrida Whitmore, Ed.D., Quendrida Whitmore Coaching & Consulting Hospitality is a multi-billion-dollar industry commonly identified with hotels, travel, and care sectors. Hospitality and customer service connect with aspects crossing both segments. For example, numerous companies call their customers guests, striving to provide exceptional service driving profits and revenue. Over the last few years, however, […]

So What Exactly is my Job? Exploring the Outcomes of Qualitative Job Insecurity for Hospitality Workers

By Richard A. Currie, Ph.D., Assistant Professor, Boston University School of Hospitality Administration Employees in the hospitality industry experience some of the highest levels of work-related stress compared to workers in other industries. Moreover, when compared to other industries, hospitality, tourism, and related industries were especially adversely impacted by Covid-19, and, as a result, work-related […]

Hospitality Management: Perspectives from Industry Advisor

By Rachel Roginsky and Matthew Arrants In prior quarterly reports, Pinnacle Advisory Group presented timely updates about the New England lodging industry, which included focused profiles on particular cities. In this issue, the firm offers more general insight about the hospitality industry. Several Pinnacle executives recently participated in a panel discussion about investment, management, and […]