A panel of hospitality experts gathered at the Hotelier Express Summit 2016 for a controversial discussion of the impacts Airbnb will have on the future growth of the budget, mid-market and serviced apartment sectors in the Middle East
While hoteliers are uncertain about how geopolitical incidents and economic conditions will affect job prospects and salary increments, the market is ready to play the long game and provide opportunities for long-term growth and potential
High profile hoteliers from global brands share their their thoughts on staffing, salaries and the state hospitality market. Find out what they said here
Nearly 40% of respondent hoteliers have said they feel less secure in their jobs as compared to 12 months ago, according to the Hotelier Salary Survey 2016
Find out which top ten hotel brands professionals voted for in the annual Hotelier Middle East Salary Survey 2016
Hotelier Middle East reveals the most intriguing and insightful comments from this year's Hotelier Middle East Salary Survey 2016
Positively, pay cuts have not taken place, with 93.8% saying they have not received a pay cut in the last 12 months
How many hoteliers are looking for new jobs? What are the additional benefits received by industry professionals? Which hotel company does the majority want to work for? All this and more, revealed!
Currently, 18.3% of the survey's respondents are completely happy to remain in their current job, while 35.9% are actively looking for other opportunities
The Hotelier Middle East Salary Survey 2016 allowed industry professionals to vote for the hotel companies they would like to work for the most
In the Hotelier Middle East Salary Survey 2016, hoteliers voted for the countries they would most like to work in. Find out which countries came out on top in the survey
Hoteliers, regardless of job title, are encouraged to spend five minutes to anonymously enter the survey
Not long to go before the results of the Salary Survey 2016 are revealed; answering the survey takes five minutes or less
Find out which industries scored head and shoulders above hospitality in Gulftalent's salary survey
Are you a hotelier working in KSA? If so, Hotelier needs YOU to take part in our salary survey to determine how Saudi hotels are treating their staff.
Confidence is generally down amongst hoteliers as 23.8% of our participants feel less secure in their jobs than they did 12 months ago. Read through for the full report on this year's results