Temporary Hospitality Workers

Hospitality workers wear many hats! The specific duties will vary depending on the type of establishment (hotel, restaurant, festival, etc.) and the specific job title, but there are some common threads. 

Your on-demand OpenStaff directory of Hospitality workers can vary depending on their specific training and certifications, but here’s a general overview of some common responsibilities:

Guest Service:

  • This is all about providing a positive and welcoming experience for guests. Hospitality workers might greet guests, answer questions, address concerns, and generally go the extra mile to make sure visitors feel comfortable and taken care of.

Food and Beverage:

  • In restaurants and some hotels, hospitality workers might take orders, serve food and drinks, and ensure the dining area is clean and well-maintained. This could involve tasks like setting tables, refilling drinks, and presenting bills.

Accommodation:

  • In hotels and resorts, hospitality workers might clean and prepare rooms for guests, stock amenities, and handle laundry services. They might also assist with check-in and check-out procedures.

Event Management:

  • Some hospitality workers help plan and execute events. This could involve setting up spaces, coordinating with vendors, and ensuring everything runs smoothly for the occasion.

Contact OpenStaff to get your Hospitality Workers available on-demand.