Shannon firm ‘Get The Shifts’ to provide 700 casual roles in…

first_imgWhatsApp Previous articleWATCH: Error strewn Munster put to the sword by CardiffNext articleLimerick-owned dogs net a combined €20,000 in one of the most open Derbies ever Alan Jacques Limerick on Covid watch list Exercise With Oxygen Training at Ultimate Health Clinic Facebook Ann & Steve Talk Stuff | Episode 29 | Levelling Up Print Limerick businesses urged to accept Irish Business Design Challenge Twitter Advertisementcenter_img Shannon Airport braced for a devastating blow ‘Get the Shifts’ founder Hannah WrixonSHANNON-based ‘Get The Shifts’ has announced it will provide a further 700 casual roles in hospitality and events over the next 12 months, bringing the total number of roles it has provided to more than 1,200 since it was founded in 2016.The tech-centric staffing solution is disrupting the sector by supporting bars, restaurants, cafes, festivals, and other hospitality and events businesses to source experienced, temporary hospitality staff in their area on demand.Sign up for the weekly Limerick Post newsletter Sign Up The 700 new roles will be available to bar staff, wait staff, event staff, promo staff, baristas, mixologists and kitchen porters.With full training provided, ‘Get The Shifts’ is encouraging anyone who would like to earn a flexible, hassle-free, extra income to apply.Company founder Hannah Wrixon said: “Get The Shifts is on track to secure 60 per cent of the casual hospitality market by the end of the year and our plans to provide another 700 roles comes as a result. From trying to forecast the right number of staff on any given day, to combating no-show employees, and from talent shortages to the fluid nature of labor in the industry, effective staffing is a historic problem for hospitality businesses. The reality is that businesses are in constant need of reliable, trained staff. ” she explained.“Not only do we save businesses time and money where resourcing is concerned, we also spend the time training and preparing our staff so they are shift-ready when the opportunity calls. We recruit and train staff and then offer our staff, known as Superstars, to businesses in need as they need them.”Details at TAGSbusinessClarehospitalityNewsShannon Email TechPost | Episode 9 | Pay with Google, WAZE – the new Google Maps? and Speak don’t Type! Linkedin RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR NewsBusinessShannon firm ‘Get The Shifts’ to provide 700 casual roles in hospitalityBy Alan Jacques – September 24, 2018 1691 last_img

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