Many workers have left due to the epidemic
RR First Cancun | 12 May 2022
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Related topics: Cancun, Mexico, the Caribbean, COVID-19, pandemic
Due to the boom in the number of international tourists that the Mexican Caribbean receives with the influx of guests from the United States, Canada and Europe, hotels need qualified staff in all areas with a good level of English proficiency, which the sector revealed to REPORTUR.mx, It causes them problems.
Covid-19 has emptied hotels of workers. Many have returned, but others, after the shock of the virus in the strip, preferred to stay in their home cities and not return to Quintana Roo.
“Living here is expensive, compared to, say, Veracruz. The pandemic has turned values upside down and many people have decided to stay in their city. Earning less, but living cheaper. Businesses are set up and they live like this,” laments many hotel sources in Cancun.
as revealed REPORTUR.mxcustomer satisfaction is compromised by having to pay more for their vacations and share them with more guests, while service is dwarfed by a lack of workers (hotel quality is threatened in Cancun: fewer staff but more jobs and fees)