Strategies for Human Resource Management of Accommodation Business in the COVID 19 Crisis

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ํYoksamon Jeaheng

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This article aims to propose strategy for human resource management of accommodation business in the COVID 19 crisis. Thai and international research papers both domestic and international are both analyzed and synthesized. The study found that setting human resource strategy for accommodation business in crisis require analyzing external and internal environment, especially, predicting future of external environment situation, precisely.  9 Strategies for managing human resources consist of Man Power Management, Working Time Allocation, Job Allocation, Standard OperationProcedure, Training, Replacement Work, Welfare Management, Remuneration Management and Unemployment

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