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CROWN MELBOURNE TO TRAIN 1,000 WORKERS TO JOIN LOCAL HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY

Crown Melbourne is set to train up 1,000 hospitality workers at its local learning centre, Crown College, as part of efforts to help fill a skills shortage in Victoria’s hospitality industry due to COVID-19…

MANAGING STAFF SHORTAGES IN 2021

While available jobs are increasing in numbers as the hospitality industry ramps up ready for reopening after months in lockdown, SEEK’s figures showed there is currently a lag by prospective employees…

500 JOBS OPEN FOR “THE SUMMER OF FUN”

Australian Venue Co has launched an ambitious new recruitment drive in anticipation of extraordinary demand this summer. The group is investing tens of thousands of dollars to fill 500 jobs, targeting…

HR EXPERT RAISES ISSUES OVER MANDATORY VACCINE POLICIES

A leading human resources expert has urged employers to prepare for workers turning down the COVID-19 vaccine, as company mandate and incentive schemes ramp up across the country. The Fair Work Ombudsman has…

HOSPITALITY DRAWS CREATIVE PEOPLE

If you’re a creative person, you might think that a career in the hospitality industry would put an end to your inspiration and ideas. It might seem like an industry of staying within the rules and limitations.…

AUSTRALIANSUPER AND CLUB PLUS SUPER TO MERGE

AustralianSuper and Club Plus Super are in talks to merge after a ‘rigorous process’ of due diligence, creating a $207 billion fund. According to Club Plus Super, the two firms had signed a memorandum…

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60% OF NEW JOBS CREATED ARE CASUAL

The job market is bouncing back at a surprising pace, but the economy isn’t necessarily creating the kind of work Australians need. Around six in every ten new positions created since the pandemic began…

HOW DISENGAGED EMPLOYEES AFFECT YOUR BOTTOM LINE

Are your non-engaged employees sabotaging your organization? According to a recent Gallup State of the Workplace Survey, only 33% of employees are engaged at work, which means 67% of our employees are…

FALLING SHORT OF WOMEN IN LEADERSHIP

The total number of female Key Management Personnel in Gaming & Hospitality has failed to reach 30%. Helen Galloway, CEO of Women in Gaming & Hospitality Australasia says, "we advocate for…

A CEO’S GUIDE TO CRAFTING A MESSAGE TO EMPLOYEES DURING A CRISIS.

Employees are likely concerned about the company’s future and their own. They are also likely looking to their chief executive for a sense of how prepared their company is to weather the storm. The…

JOIN WGHA WEBINAR ON PROMOTING INCLUSION AND DIVERSITY

February 2021 Women in Gaming & Hospitality Australasia (WGHA) has opened registration to industry members in their first interactive webinar of 2021 on 11th February 1330 to 1430. The webinar…

HAVE YOU HEARD OF A HOTEL “BOOTS”?

TODAY they are more commonly known as yardmen, or roustabouts, usually blokes employed by a hotel to do odd jobs. Tasks like hosing down the front of the pub in the mornings, gardening, cleaning, and repair…