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Hospitality Graduate Recruitment signs Deal with Hyatt International

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HGR (Hospitality Graduate Recruitment) recently secured its first global contract with Hyatt International. The contract which came into effect last month will see the Swiss based recruitment consultancy supporting over 110 hotels worldwide - including 9 Hyatt hotels throughout the Middle East - with their recruitment strategies.

For the next twelve months, HR departments across Hyatt International hotels in Middle East, Asia, Europe, Africa and South America will have unlimited access to HGRs comprehensive on-line database. The database will help Hyatts HR staff source and recruit suitable hospitality graduates and undergraduates for a variety of entry level, trainee, supervisory and junior management positions. There is also a facility by which job opportunities can be posted.

HGR works with over 150 global hotel school and hospitality university partners. This enables HGR to provide a very diverse nationality and language resource of fresh talent, looking for opportunities globally.

Hyatt International Corporations VP Human Resources, Katie Carter, said, Attracting, retaining and developing key talent in our company continues to be a key strategic issue for us as we face the anticipated growth over the next three to five years and beyond. As part of our global recruitment efforts, we have recently partnered with Hospitality Graduate Recruitment (HGR) as a resource to assist us in identifying talent for both our entry and junior management level positions. This partnership gives us in-depth access to HGRs global Curriculum Vitae database of highly talented hospitality graduates and undergraduates.

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