Labour Intensity and Skill Gap in the Hospitality Sector: A Study in South India

  title={Labour Intensity and Skill Gap in the Hospitality Sector: A Study in South India},
  author={K. R. Suprabha and Krishna Prasad and Shridev},
Hospitality is all about offering warmth to someone who looks for help at a strange or unfriendly place. The hospitality industry has evolved from the basic food and accommodation industry and taken a very important position in almost all businesses. In fact, it has become a huge industry and has driven economies across the globe. The scope of hospitality/ service industry today is far more than one could have ever imagined a few years back. The study investigates the trends, constraints, and… 


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