After 2 years of great uncertainty for the tourism sector, the forecast for 2023 is encouraging. Still in the third quarter of 2022, an increase of 76% was recorded compared to the same period of 2021, according to data from the Brazilian Association of Tour Operators (Braztoa).
Given these data, a projection made by the Trade Federation of the State of São Paulo (Fecomércio/SP) pointed to a growth of 53.03% in this sector this year.
Experienced and qualified workforce
To account for this growth, companies in the field are faced with the growing challenge of developing a qualified workforce. In view of these challenges, Braztoa entered into a partnership with Labora, a startup specialized in the professional requalification of experienced talents, to increase the operational performance and results of its associates.
With its own technology, Labora activates an experienced workforce at scale and offers new hiring models, which vary according to the demand of each company. Braztoa associated operators can hire requalified professionals certified by Labora or have a pool of talent available to be activated according to their demands each month, resulting in savings of up to 18% compared to traditional hiring models.
In addition, all personnel management and training are handled by Labora, so that each talent arrives ready to work and the company no longer suffers from turnover or loss of professionals.
To learn more about this partnership, visit the partnership website.