From our first call, it was very clear that Zoe is the kind of professional who does her homework. Very early in our conversation, it was obvious that she had a strong understanding of not only my future employer’s needs, and had also had taken the time to understand my experience and skill set and how the two could complement each other.
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Zoe and her team at Hospitality Spotlight are determined, energetic and at the forefront of modern day hotel recruiting . They match talent with our Culture of Excellence, finding individuals that are the “right fit” for HVMG. Their transparent approach is refreshing and a great asset for our hotels.
Zoe has demonstrated professionalism and integrity which is vital when working with recruiters. Zoe is very knowledgeable of the hospitality industry and understands how to work with busy executives to provide the best fit for their organization. I am consistently impressed with the quality candidates she provides for consideration.
Originally featured on eHotelier -https://insights.ehotelier.com/insights/2018/08/16/why-summer-is-the-best-time-to-hire/ Summer is a time we all look forward to. The summer weather is warmer, kids are out of school, pools…
Originally featured on HotelExecutive –https://www.hotelexecutive.com/business_review/5730/hotel-phone-interviews-new-basics The candidate screening process tends to include a number of early steps before connecting for a face to face interview,…
Originally featured on eHotelier – https://insights.ehotelier.com/insights/2018/06/29/recruiters-perspective-taking-the-stress-out-of-interviewing/ There’s a misconception among hotel leadership and HR representatives that paints the recruiting process recruiters in a negative…
While a job description is obviously the official introduction to a particular role, it oftentimes also serves as a candidate’s first introduction to the company. For hotels, job descriptions should go beyond details of what the job will entail to become selling documents that attract quality candidates. Trivago points out in its commercials that the average traveler visits seven websites before making a booking decision. How many do you think candidates are visiting? Job descriptions are basically marketing tools, and should be considered as such.
In this article are six tips to writing a job description that help hotels draw from a deeper talent pool.