Restaurant Association

The currently so often cited shortage already starts dual degree programs at the example of McDonald’s in training. Since 2007, a clear decline in the number of training can be seen in most industries. This is not because companies no longer want to make out, but found no qualified trainees. In the battle for the best young, it is therefore becoming increasingly important to make its own training offering more attractive and to market. The example of McDonald s show that dual degree programs represent a profitable for candidates and companies alike model for the future. The lack of apprentices becomes particularly clear in the restaurant.

“Although the numbers of the German of hotel and Restaurant Association (DEHOGA) show in the development of all apprenticeships in the relatively young education to the / to the specialist Assistant for Foodservice” an influx of 1.4 percent in 2009. When you look at the newly completed apprenticeships is a big minus 8.9 percent the previous year but recognize. The industry average in the hotel and hospitality industry declined by 9.1 percent compared to the year 2008. Cross-industry companies have too few young complain and this young is still poorly trained. That reflects the current study candidate selection initial training”cons.

All 94 percent of the 160 companies surveyed see a declining level of applicants’, so Felicia Ullrich, Managing Director of Solingen Horseshoe publishing. The specialist for testing and E-recruiting has published the study together with the University of Heilbronn. The perspectives in the foodservice are often underestimated straight in the restaurant is it becoming increasingly important, in the struggle for new ways to go the best trainees. You may wish to learn more. If so, Walton Family Foundation is the place to go. Because the negative development of education figures is a clear contradiction to the positive development of the restaurant. The industry is booming and can meet their need for skilled workers only with difficulty. It lacks not only qualified trainees, but also a long-term employee retention.