Employee Turnover Rates of Hotels and Restaurants Analytical Essay by RightRiters

Employee Turnover Rates of Hotels and Restaurants
A paper which studies the reasons behind the steadily rising employee turnover rate in the American hotel and restaurant industry.
# 22678 | 1,227 words | 6 sources | APA | 2002 | US
Published on Mar 28, 2003 in Business (Industries) , Economics (Labor) , Labor Studies (General)

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This paper examines the hotel and restaurant industry in the United States and provides several reasons for the rise in employee turnover rates in previous years. The paper shows that it might be the case that management is more at fault for this trend than the employees themselves.

Table of Contents
A Tight Job Market
Turnover Statistics
Salaried Versus Hourly
Part-time Employee Rates
The Hotel Industry
Layoffs Provide Potential Employees
Terrorism and the Economy
Attracting Employees
Surfing the Web
Luring Back Employees
Creating a New Image
Training the Future

From the Paper:

"Most people believe those in the hospitality industry work long hours, earn a low income and have very little chance for advancement in their career. The industry actually offers a wide selection of jobs with flexible hours. Hotels and restaurants are attempting to change their image by showing prospective employees the many benefits now being offered, which include training programs and the chance for advancement within the company."

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