There’s been quite a bit of trending discussion lately in the tourism sector about which travel companies are the best to work for. Not only do reviews of this kind guide job-seekers toward the best employers, but they also have a thing or two to teach recent graduates of hotel management schools.
More and more travellers are combining both work and leisure during their trips. And while most hotel rooms come equipped with a small desk, lamp and plenty of outlets, they just don’t seem to make the cut as work and leisure environments.
You work really hard and you deserve to have a relaxing vacation that’s planned exactly the way you want from start to finish—so why should you have to settle? One Swedish hotel chain has addressed this growing concern among travellers by offering its hotel rooms…to-go!
When social media first began to take off, the initial instinct among most companies was to limit its use in the workplace. Employers implemented strict usage policies, restricting employees from logging in during working hours, and even banning them from posting about work on their personal accounts.