Customized Approach for Staffing Hospitality Candidates

We help you identify your goals and objectives

First, we want to identify what your goals and objectives are. Secondly, we will identify how others in the industry have achieved those goals. Finally, we will advise you on which direction you may want to take your career in order to achieve those goals. Many times the advice we offer will lead to one of the three following options:

  1. An opportunity that we currently have available
  2. An opportunity that comes along two years from now, or
  3. Staying with your current company.

Regardless, we will give you honest counsel that will help make you the person and business professional you want to be. Even if you are not ready for a career move, it’s still our mission to provide you with professional, honest, and transparent consultation. We want you to be well-informed when you decide to make a career move. In everything that we do, we have one thing in mind-long-term relationships. We truly want to do the RIGHT thing as it relates to you and your career.

We do whatever it takes to protect your confidentiality

We believe in karma. If we do the right thing every time, we will continue to be a successful executive search firm. Most of our candidates are currently employed, and we understand how difficult it can be for you to explore new career options. When we present your credentials to our clients, it will be done with the utmost confidentiality.

Our service does not stop after you begin your exciting new position.We will continue to follow-up with you, and your new employer to ensure that your transition is going smoothly. We know that today’s candidate is tomorrows client, and vice versa. We will be there every step of the way for you!

At JDI, we want to help you achieve your career goals, not just help you find a job! We would be honored to assist you as you explore new opportunities for executive and management positions within the hospitality industry.

 

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