We are getting ready for high season in the hospitality industry.
Summer is low season for South Florida’s hotel and hospitality industry. But during the months between November, December, January the industry tend to experience its best turnouts; meaning hotel rooms get booked to capacity and restaurants see more patrons dining at their tables than any other months out of the year. Although some hotels and restaurants may see low occupancies before and after the high summer season, that doesn’t mean tourists stop visiting South Florida nor does it mean people completely stop dining out after summer. Matter-of-fact, you might be surprised to find out that the upcoming holiday season is as prosperous for the hotel and hospitality businesses as it is for the retail industry. People buy gifts for their friends and love ones and often, those gifts include gift cards to hotels and restaurants. So as retail destinations such as Wal-Mart, Best Buy and Amazon get ready for Black Friday and the humongous rush of customers that come with it so are hotels and restaurants.
“Hotels tend to offer great package deal around the holiday season and restaurants tend to update their menus to match the theme of the holidays,” says RMG Staffing President Ricardo Michelangeli. “Hotels and restaurants are starting to add more employees to their staff in order to support the holiday rush. Our industry will definitely end the year on a high note.”
In preparation for the holiday season and as a sign they are gearing up for an awesome introduction to 2019 JW Marriott Miami Turnberry Resort and Spa in Aventura and RMG Staffing holds numerous events event where prospective employees get the opportunity to introduce themselves our hiring managers and also get a taste of what it’s like working for the hotel at hotel location.
Some of the positions the hotel is looking to fill include servers, bartenders, pool servers, VIP hostesses, bussers, food runners, personnel for their golf court and retail department. Addition positions include management; food, beverage and culinary; housekeeping and laundry; concierge, front office and guest services; sales, administration, and security. All across Miami, Aventura, Fort Lauderdale and in Miami Beach, more hotels are looking to hire in preparation for the upcoming holiday seas.
InterContinental Hotel Miami which had many renovations, technology upgrades, and other luxury design enhancements is the site of the city’s New Year’s Eve fireworks celebration. This makes them quite attractive for those looking for work during the holiday season.
Another notable hotel that stands out is SLS Hotel South Beach. Since their 2013 opening, the hotel has been very popular in South Beach’s nightlife. They will surely be ramping up their staff in preparation for the rush of visitors and locals who are planning holiday vacations or weekend getaways. Last but not least is Fontainebleau Miami Beach. This historical hotel stands out more than any other. They have great events throughout the year but they tend to increase the momentum during the holiday season so if you’re interested in great jobs opportunity in the hotel and hospitality industry, you may be placed at the Fontainebleau Miami Beach, so go ahead send us your resume at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The hotel and hospitality industry is looking to end 2018 with a great celebratory bang. Don’t hesitate to contact RMG Staffing for great career opportunities the industry will be offering for the upcoming holiday season.
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