AHLA partners with Hireology to provide recruiting assistance

The partnership adds hiring technology and advice to the association's resources

The American Hotel & Lodging Association recently partnered with Hireology, a multi-location hiring software provider, to equip AHLA members with industry-specific tools for recruiting and retaining talent. AHLA and Hireology also will host leadership exchange events featuring discussions among hospitality professionals on current challenges, trends, and solutions.

THE AMERICAN HOTEL & Lodging Association has partnered with hiring software provider Hireology to provide AHLA members access to industry-specific tools and services, AHLA and Hireology said in a joint statement. Hireology also will organize a series of leadership exchange events, aiming to bring together professionals in the hospitality sector to discuss current challenges, trends, and solutions.

“Hireology is a hiring technology leader and provider of hotel-specific workforce knowledge,” said Chip Rogers, AHLA president and CEO. “Joining forces will allow us to take our services to the next level and further our mission to empower the American hospitality industry.”

Partnering with Hireology brings hiring technology and expertise into the association’s catalog of resources, the statement said. The program stands as a practical resource for hotel operators addressing their business challenge in the coming years.

“At Hireology, our commitment is to assist multi-location businesses, such as hotels, in overcoming hiring challenges by recruiting top talent and optimizing teams for business growth,” said Adam Robinson, CEO of Hireology. “AHLA’s thought leadership and advocacy for the hospitality industry align with our strengths, presenting an opportunity for our organizations to address the business challenge for hotel operators in the years ahead.”

This partnership comes after several Hireology initiatives designed to help hospitality businesses capture and retain talent, it said. In 2023, Hireology updated its integration with Indeed, new AI-based hiring tools, improved employee referral program technology, and more.

Meanwhile, AHLA Foundation is providing hospitality apprenticeships with a $505,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Office of Apprenticeship. In December, Jessica Brady was appointed AHLA’s vice president of federal affairs for tax policy.