People aren’t barreling into the Holiday Inn or Hilton or Marriott right now. Travel - for any reason - is at an all-time low which is leaving hotels quiet and empty.
As someone who works in the hotel and hospitality industry, what do you do?
No one is making reservations, calling from Room 355 with a request, or wanting to book the conference room for their event.
Who knows how long the travel industry will be suspended and the hotel lobby empty. So how do you continue to professionally thrive, pay your bills, and use the specific skills you have that make you good at what you do?
You can become a Virtual Assistant.
Hotels are all about customer care and hospitality. People will remember how their stay was based on the friendliness and care of the staff. From the guest concierge to the front desk receptionist, to the hotel...
As the summer of 2020 draws to a close, we watch new skyrocketing cases of COVID-19 sweep across the U.S. People everywhere are holding their breath.
We all wait for the other shoe to drop. We ask ourselves, “What are we in for next?”
While physical health and safety are at the forefront of most of our minds, I’m willing to bet on what the next worry in line is...
-Keeping the lights on.
I imagine that educators and teachers are wondering if they want to go back to school and potentially get the virus. Or is it time for a career change.
People working in the hotel and travel industries are wondering what to do as the hotel chains, airlines, and airports aren’t returning to business-as-usual.
Others, whose work relied to some extent on a physical location, like:
-a physical office for administrative assistants and office managers to run
-convention centers for live event planners to set up
I imagine are finding...