Trends in the travel industry drive trends in travel recruitment, see the effects they have on the equilibrium between supply and demand for jobs in travel.
What a night to remember. A celebration of all that is good about the UK’s travel industry.
A recent survey published by Linkedin questioned recruitment firms about how they have changed their approaches to recruitment over the past 3 years.
The pace of change in the digital landscape from a recruitment perspective is interesting to observe the changing trends in job titles in the digital arena.na.
Business leaders regularly ask for one thing and that’s stability. They like to be able to predict what is going to happen next, and from that respect travel is no different from any other industry sector.
A Travel Weekly business breakfast briefing this week at Google’s London HQ featured a panel of exclusive Google execs to discuss the world’s most powerful search engine’s effect on the travel industry.
To summarise – profile images should be clear, focused, honest and appeal to a professional audience.
Long gone are the days of stuffy job-salesmen with lists of telephone numbers for potential candidates, taking days to respond to an email and having a website as old as the faded sign on the door.
Many travel industry people assume that similarly to the retail high street, recruitment agencies are in a declining market. Never has this been further from the truth.