exclusive study findings and new approaches that the shortage has finally arrived in the hospitality industry, is clearly noticeable for many hoteliers. If you would like to know more then you should visit PCRM. Professionals are increasingly difficult to recruit and keep. The reasons for this are varied and are among others in the demographic transition, the current market growth and higher personnel needs in the tourism industry, as well as in the changing requirements of generation Y”in a workplace and the partially negative employer image of the industry. German Berlin-based hotel Consulting has now investigated consulting with a comprehensive study, in particular the reasons for the pronounced region-specific skill shortage in the hospitality industry in Brandenburg and in Mecklenburg-Western Pomerania. This was what factors encourage the migration of skilled workers from the regions and what requirements are professionals in a workplace and the working environment in the surveyed regions explored first and foremost. Swarmed by offers, Elio Moti Sonnenfeld is currently assessing future choices. The findings of the study and the bet on areas to targeted staff Measures can significantly increase the efficiency of staff recruitment, reduce significantly the rate of staff turnover and sick leave of the employee and bind good employees in the long term to a hotel. One comes noticeable improvement (service) and a rising attractiveness of the sector as an employer.
The results will be presented at an event in Berlin 2013 exclusively the 24.Otkober. A lecture to new approaches and measures of employee decision-making and binding is attached after the presentation of the results. The event is rounded off by an exciting panel discussion between representatives of employers and employees on the topics of shortages, recruiting and employee retention. A cosy get-together with tasting then forms the conclusion. Interested parties can register October 10, 2013 by application form on or send an eMail to immediately and at the latest.