Dehoga fears emigration of employees abroad

The German Hotel and Restaurant Association (Dehoga) fears that employees will migrate abroad as a result of the corona pandemic.

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“As a result of the second lockdown, a decline of twelve percent in employees subject to social insurance was reported in February,” said Dehoga general manager Ingrid Hartges of the RTL / n-tv editorial team. "This corresponds to a loss of 129.500 employees."

The short-time work allowance has prevented worse things from happening, but a catastrophe could be approaching if it does not open soon in Germany, but in other EU countries. “Hoteliers are already reporting that they have been poached from abroad,” Hartges continues.





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