Temporary migrant labour in the hospitality and tourism industry
The hospitality industry employs many temporary migrant workers, particularly in fast-growing markets and in preparation of large-scale events. This enables hotels to find the talent and skills needed and fill gaps in the local labour market. However, temporary migrant workers can be particularly at risk of unethical recruitment practices.
What’s included in the factsheet?
This factsheet provides guidance for hotels on how to address risks when recruiting temporary workers. Includes:
- Key risks for hotels to be aware of
- Recommendations to prevent exploitation occurring
- Further resources
Who is it for?
This factsheet is suitable for hotels of all sizes. It provides guidance for employees at all levels, and is of particular importance for GMs and professionals involved with Human Resources or other recruitment.