Aminess Hotels Seeking 1200 Employees as Season Approaches

Lauren Simmonds

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February the 26th, 2024 – It might still feel like winter in most parts, but the very beginning of the season is just around the corner. Aminess hotels needs 1200 workers as the classic Croatian problem of just not being able to get the staff raises its ugly head, once again.

As Poslovni Dnevnik writes, Aminess Hotels & Resorts, one of the leading tourism companies in the Republic of Croatia, has already started its often rather arduous search for seasonal workers for its hotels and catering/hospitality facilities for the 2024 summer season.

Aminess hotels isn’t immune to the issues posed by the rapidly emptying Croatian labour force despite its big name on the employment scene. It is currently on the hunt for more than 1,200 would-be seasonal employees to work in high-class hotels and camps in various locations across Istria, Kvarner, on the island of Krk and down in southern Dalmatia. It’s worth noting that Aminess hotels will allocate more than 200,000 euros for the training and further professional development of their employees throughout the year.

“Aminess hotels and campsites can host more than fifteen thousand guests all together, so properly educated employees are a key factor for a successful upcoming tourist season”, they stated from the company, which in addition to training, provides its employees with accommodation and a hot meal daily should that be needed. Aminess hotels also hands out awards for the best employees of each department, employee of the month and the best employee of the year.

During 2023, this large domestic company provided a total of 35,661 euros for 288 such awarded employees. Material benefits are also provided in the form of an incentive income, such as a seasonal bonus from June to September in the amount of up to 1,120 euros, a jubilee bonus for employees, holiday pay and a Christmas bonus in the amount of up to 600 euros.

Aminess hotels also pointed out that they continually listen to the wishes and needs of their workers and upgrade the benefits they offer company-wide each and every year. They also highlighted the opportunities for young Aminess chefs who can come and build their knowledge at the Aminess Gourmet Lab, an internal education project for young chefs, waiters, bartenders and other members of the gourmet team. Young chefs can learn and work there together with some very big and respected names from the Croatian gastronomic scene, such as Melkior Bašić, Matija Bogdan, Hrvoje Zirojević and others.

“We want to attract a large number of new employees this year who are ready to learn and develop in cooperation with professionals from the tourism sector. We’re ready to provide all of them with a friendly atmosphere and the chance to work within one of the fastest growing tourism companies in Croatia”, the company pointed out in its early search for workers.

With Croatia’s local workforce having to be constantly pumped up with the import of foreign labour from outside the EU (from third countries), concerns about the continued authenticity of Croatia as a whole have become more and more prominent as local workers become more difficult not only to find, but to keep hold of.


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