TTG Asia
Asia/Singapore Monday, 3rd October 2022
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Tag: Tourism Talents

Hiring challenges plague Japan’s tourism reopening

The mood among Japanese tourism operators is improving as Japan readies for further removal of travel restrictions, but many players are finding it challenging...

Marriott, Indonesia ink MoU to further tourism development

Marriott International Inc. in Indonesia has signed an MoU with the Ministry of Tourism and Creative Economy of the Republic of Indonesia to develop...

Recruitment gets creative as hotels tackle a busy hiring landscape

The hiring manager at InterContinental Singapore landed an unusual task recently when a talent was needed to helm the hotel’s upcoming Italian restaurant. Ditching the traditional hiring route, a casting call was held instead.

TTG Conversations: Five Questions with Garth Simmons, Accor

Staff and partners were top of mind as Accor adjusted its hotel operations across Asia to deal with the various challenges that came with...

TTG Conversations: Five Questions with Andrew Chan, ACI HR Solutions

The recently published 2022 ACI Report on Salary & Employment Trends highlighted an improving hiring confidence with 45 per cent of HR and hiring...

Accor sets out to fill over 1,200 vacancies in Australia, New...

Hospitality company Accor has launched a new talent attraction programme, Work Your Way, to bolster its workforce as Australia and New Zealand gear up...

Mentorship – a guiding light for a challenged travel and tourism...

At a time when business survival is being challenged and individuals find themselves tackling new procedures and pressures at work and at home arising from remote work arrangements, mentorship becomes a critical function that is also harder to grasp.

UNWTO launches hospitality recruitment platform

As part of efforts to kickstart tourism jobs recovery, the UNWTO has launched the Jobs Factory, an innovative platform designed to connect hospitality talent...

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Marriott International chooses to let its people-first culture lead it out of a stormy 2020, a decision that has created a year of incredible lessons and innovative solutions that benefited business performance, reveals Rajeev Menon, president, Asia Pacific (excluding China).

Breaking down gender barriers

Oakwood appointed its first female regional general manager for Cambodia, Myanmar and Thailand, testament to the company's continued commitment to grooming women for leadership roles. Oakwood Asia Pacific's Paul Stocker, tells Rachel AJ Lee more.

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