Do company-wide vacation policies make sense?
In this issue of the Canadian HR Reporter, Senior VP Arun Subramanian comments about the challenges of hospitality employers taking time off during the tourism season. Read the rest of the article about company-wide vacation policies and how this decision can impact employees.
BC Cook Labour Market Analysis
From November 2015 to May 2016, go2HR conducted a robust labour market study of the landscape of cooking occupations in British Columbia across all sectors that employ Cooks and Chefs.
Regional Labour Market Studies
All signs point to the fact that labour shortages are here in many parts of BC. Using information from WorkBC’s Labour Market Outlook, go2HR offers an in-depth look at the labour demand, supply and shortages in the seven economic regions in BC, with information at an occupation and sector level.
BC Tourism and Hospitality Labour Market Information Workforce Profiles
The Workforce Profile(s) is an up-to-date and accurate description of the current (2021) tourism and hospitality workforce. These profiles go far beyond a simple sketch of who they are and what they do. Our 11 Workforce Profiles provide detailed demographic information to better understand the nuances of our industry workforce. The Workforce profiles also offer an analysis of how the workforce has changed since the COVID-19 pandemic.
A Helping Hand: Providing Community Support in a Crisis
When disaster or tragedy strike, local businesses are often eager to assist, providing community support in a crisis, and help with immediate needs and ongoing healing. Tourism and hospitality businesses are particularly well poised to make an impact, as accommodation and food are often two urgent necessities for those affected and for emergency services personnel and volunteers.