Immigrant workers are foreign-born individuals employed in tourism and hospitality. The sector often relies heavily on immigrant workers, and new migrants frequently enter the labour market through employment in tourism and hospitality. Migrants remain overrepresented in some sectors and domains of organisational activity. They often experience labour segregation, mistreatment and underemployment. However, the relative ease of access to hospitality and tourism jobs makes them appealing to mobile, lifestyle sojourners. Other positive dimensions of employment in the sector, including opportunities to develop new skills and organisational networking, also facilitate migrants’ settlement and adjustment. Immigrant workers drive organisational efficiencies and help ensure that the sector functions; they also have potential to transform organisations, communities and destinations.
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Janta, HaniaLugosi, Peter
Oxford Brookes Business School
Year of publication: 2022Date of RADAR deposit: 2020-11-25
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