Hotel housekeeping is an increasingly important profession in India, as the number of guest rooms is growing and people are becoming increasingly aware of the costs of living.
A recent survey conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers found that housekeeping at hotels in India is a leading profession, with the top performing hotels being the four listed below:1.
Hotels Kalyan, Pune3.
HotELS KolkataHotels Jindoors, Jindore and Jindura are also in the top 10 in the number and percentage of employees in housekeeping.
The highest-performing hotels are Kolkatan, Kalyani and Rajasthani.
The highest percentage of hotel workers are employed in housekeepers.
A typical year, hotels employ around 100,000 workers.
It is the housekeeping industry in India that has witnessed an explosion in recent years, with hotels seeing a surge in guest rooms in the last five years.
According to data compiled by PwC in 2013, the country is home to over 4.2 crore hotel rooms, of which, more than 1.6 crore are occupied by hotel workers.
According a study conducted by Deloitte, the hospitality industry in the country earned over Rs 4,700 crore in 2015-16, a growth of over 10 percent over the previous year.
However, the hotel industry is struggling in the face of the global economy.
According to a recent survey by McKinsey & Co, India is home of one in seven hotel workers globally.
In the same year, India’s overall unemployment rate stands at 5.3 percent.
The study also found that hotel workers account for nearly 40 percent of the workforce of the country, which means that more than half of India’s total hotel workforce is employed in the hospitality sector.
The number of hotel houses and hotel staff in India has increased at an exponential pace.
As the number on the guest room bill continues to rise, many hotel houses are forced to lower their rates to make up for the shortfall.
In recent times, hotels have faced a crisis of poor quality hotel rooms as the government has been struggling to maintain occupancy rates and to provide adequate and affordable lodging facilities.
Hotels, which account for about 60 percent of India, have been facing pressure to offer more accommodation in an increasingly crowded market.
The government has made it a priority to improve hotel quality by reducing guest room costs, increasing staff hours and providing better facilities.
The Indian government has also announced a range of initiatives to tackle the rising number of hotels that are overcrowded.
Among them, the government is trying to make hotel rooms more spacious with the introduction of air-conditioning units.
However, in recent times some hotels are not able to maintain air-con units as they are overcrowding.
This is forcing them to reduce the number, or even stop operating altogether.
While there is some hope that some of the hotel houses may be able to overcome these issues, there is also some worry that the government may not be able implement these initiatives as the country’s infrastructure is not up to par.
Some hotels have started opening up their guest rooms to the public and offering them at lower rates, which is likely to further reduce the availability of hotel rooms in a shrinking hotel market.
Many hotel houses also have a number of rules and regulations that limit the number or number of guests that can be accommodated in a hotel room.
These regulations have resulted in some hotels making their rooms smaller and less spacious than they need.
In a similar fashion, many hotels have introduced room upgrades and refurbishment programs, which are aimed at creating a more comfortable environment for guests.
The changes to the hotel room decor can also be used to improve guest room experience and reduce the amount of time spent in the room.
This is likely in an effort to attract more guests to the rooms.
However, while the government and hotel owners are taking measures to ensure that guest rooms remain available, there are also many people who are being discouraged from staying at the hotel.
Even though there is hope that the changes to guest rooms will improve guest rooms, the increase in hotel occupancy rates is not being matched by any increase in guest accommodation available to the guest.
The situation is worse at hotel hotels in the city, where occupancy rates are stagnant at around 10 percent, despite the government’s efforts to boost guest accommodation.