About Our Hospitality Management Interim Staffing for Planned Staffing Vacancies or Crisis Needs

Our contract professionals and task force consultants minimize disruption from critical position vacancies with their expertise and immediate proactive efforts.

Task Force Staffing

Our professionals are available for time frames from three weeks to six months. Cayuga Hospitality Consultants provide specialized talent to fill short-term gaps, whether due to a planned shortage for medical/family leave, senior management needs between hires, takeovers, pre-opening, or recovery from natural disasters.

Our Dynamic Sales solution provides remote sales support for hotels and management companies at a fraction of the cost of bringing a full-time resource in-house. This unique Sales support program is designed to accelerate our client’s sales results by building a strategic sales plan and executing the plan with purpose and a high degree of accountability. As Owners and General Managers are wearing many hats, it is time to leverage Dynamic Sales as a temporary solution to get back on track or as a permanent solution for all your sales needs.  Clients can expect to see a minimum 4x ROI in actual revenue in 12 months.

Remote Sales Support

Fast Staffing Placement

Chances are you are looking for someone to fill a management or executive staffing position fast or you need Direct Sales support now. We can find and/or fill a hotel’s short-term staffing needs promptly and efficiently, often within 24 hours.

Smooth Staffing Transitions

Our team creates and executes a successful roadmap that hands off easily to permanent staffing solutions. Our hospitality management consultants also assist in the on-boarding process, mentoring, and training new leadership to hit the ground running.

Large Resource Network

Cayuga Hospitality Consultants not only provides its own professional consultants to each assignment, but also has exclusive partnerships with top-tier agencies providing access to additional disciplines and team solutions.

Find task force or interim staffing to fill a wide range of leadership positions:

  • General Manager
  • Assistant General Manager
  • Director of Finance/Controller
  • Director of Sales
  • Director of Digital Marketing
  • Director of Catering
  • Director of Revenue Management
  • Director of Food & Beverage
  • Director of Engineering
  • Director of Human Resources
  • Director of Restaurants
  • Restaurant Manager
  • Sales Manager
  • Catering Manager
  • Convention Services Manager
  • Spa Manager
  • Revenue Manager
  • Executive Housekeeper
  • Front Office Manager
  • Chief Engineer
  • Banquet Manager
  • Accounting Manager

Benefits to Task Force Staffing

Task Force operations have come into their own in the last few years to provide continuity in hotel and resort operations. A task force contractor fills the void in staffing caused by never ending executive turnover or staffing voids created when a hotel or resort changes brands. As a ‘flag’ prepares to change, the outgoing company will move key staff to other chain locations. Also, employees privy to rumors may ‘jump ship’ due to impending changes creating openings in key operating departments. A task force partner can put fresh, unbiased perspective (fresh eyes) on an operation, provide quick fixes, and bring not only revenue suggestions but potential cost reduction ideas. In temp-to-hire situations, both sides have the chance to “date before they buy the ring” as a GM friend is fond of saying.

In the case of sales and marketing positions few hotels can afford a void in top line activity as it will quickly threaten the revenue stream and profitability of the operation. This is where a task force contractor can step in: typically a 1099-contractor is paid a flat rate on a weekly, monthly, or project basis. Benefits paid to a full time employee that can run an additional 30-40% of a base salary are typically included in the task force fee, so the owner pays a set amount and can budget accordingly. This fact combined with a potential tax deduction for hiring an outside contractor might also be appealing in the financial statement. The contractor typically takes meals in the employee cafeteria or the three-meal-a-day restaurant, may have laundry privileges and gets a paid trip home every 2-3 weeks. A contractor can be engaged in screening and hiring the replacement position or other key positions in the department. Most importantly, continuity is provided with close feedback to the owner, General Manager, or corporate staff.

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