Hospitality Jobs & Temporary Employment
A near record number of Americans are employed as of April 2019, the unemployment rate dropped to 3.6 percent, its lowest point since December 1969, when it stood at 3.5 percent. Yet despite this record setting employment rate many companies are struggling to fill open roles: The restaurant and hospitality sector has 991,000 job openings, with 1.6 million new jobs expected to be created by 2028. Forty percent of the industry’s 15.1 million employees are between the ages of 16-24 — an age demographic that’s expected to shrink by 1.3 million people over the same time period, according to the National Restaurant Association. The record setting low unemployment rate makes it tough for companies to recruit and hire talent.
Companies in the hospitality sector rely heavily on seasonal traffic and scaleable growth. By working with employment agencies these businesses can take full advantage of a contingent workforce.
What job titles can you expect to see in hospitality industry job postings? The industry is quite broad. It includes jobs working in hotels, restaurants, casinos, theme parks, cruise lines, and other facilities that help customers meet their leisurely needs.
Many jobs in the hospitality industry involve dealing with customers face-to-face in a variety of ways. But there are also behind-the-scenes jobs that include janitorial positions, dishwashers, and more. Food services jobs also abound in the hospitality industry, including wait staff and food preparation jobs.
Temporary Workers In The Hospitality Sector
For years Labor Works has provided quality temporary laborers to companies in the hospitality industry. If your hotel or restaurant is gearing up for a busy season, take advantage of our no show no pay guarantee* and make sure your business is fully staffed. All of our hospitality workers are vetted to ensure they are the right candidate for the job. We can supply:
- Parking Attendants
- Dish Washers
- Clean Up Crews and more.
We take full responsibility for worker’s compensation insurance, federal and state taxes, FICA and unemployment. Your entire temporary labor payroll consists of one check to Labor Works.
Find out how Labor Works can work for you and fill out an information request today!