REGISTER YOUR ORGANIZATION TODAY! CONTACT: email@example.com Hospitality labor shortages are creeping across the state. When you need employees to help your business succeed, not being able to connect with competent job
One-half of limited-service restaurant job openings in 2016 were filled by either new entrants to the workforce or people being promoted from other positions within the same restaurant, according to the NRA’s Chief Economist Bruce Grindy.
Today is the 50th day of the 2017 session, so we are nearly half-way through the 105 scheduled days of session. A significant cut-off passed on Friday, Feb. 24. Friday was
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media Contact: Stephanie McManus, Communications Advocacy Manager, 360-956-7279 Washington Hospitality hiring event has 100+ job opportunities and vetted employees TACOMA, WASH – On April 13, 2017 the
by Deven Bhagwandin Claims Prevention Solution The hospitality and restaurant industries can be high-stress jobs. Employees must be able to multi-task and adapt to any situation quickly, all while on the move
The hospitality industry plays a key role in our state’s employment health. One out of 33 people in Washington is employed in a restaurant, making our industry the main pipeline to enter the workforce. Restaurants in the quick service sector play a particularly important role when it comes to jobs.
On Oct. 6, the Washington Hospitality Association hosted a hiring event at Motif Seattle. In partnership with the Department of Health and Social Services Employment Pipeline Region 2 and Motif, Washington Hospitality was able to provide community members with valuable employment opportunities. In just one day, more than 65 deserving individuals were given new jobs.