Service On Demand

We Embrace Change

Your staffing needs change with occupancy, seasonality, growth, and personnel turnover. As the largest hospitality staffing company in the U.S., we’ve built our business around responding to our clients’ changing needs. So whether you have a seasonal property, fluctuating occupancy, or need to staff an entire department on the double, we can meet your needs, fast.

Flex Staffing

Our Flex Staffing expands and contracts according to your needs without putting your permanent employees at risk. All of our contracts are open-ended and have no minimum hours.

  • Unexpected turnover
  • Special events

Responsive

Situations vary, but on average, we can have staff on premises within 24 hours of signing a contract. At Hospitality Staffing Solutions©, “flexibility” isn’t a buzzword. It’s our way of life.

  • Banquets and meetings
  • Peak Season

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