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The long-term consequences of outsourced labor

The growing prevalence of outsourced labor within the ranks of many guest-facing departments may have deep-rooted consequences that aren’t immediately discernable on a balance sheet. Whether your property is thinking of contracting out its valets, bellhops, restaurant servers, banqueting staff or housekeepers, what we stand to lose may be far greater than any apparent cost savings or reductions in employee benefit packages. While the two abovementioned advantages of outsourcing are indeed quite lucrative – and not to mention the overall decrease in risk involved with all forms of employee care – the primary drawback is that service is compromised, especially…
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