ISPA’s first research-driven study is aimed atanalysing the recruitment, retention and engagement of spa professionals.
The International Spa Association (ISPA) reported the dispatch of a weighty spa workforce learn at the 2017 ISPA Gathering in Las Vegas, USA prior this month.
PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) has been appointed to lead the examination and results will be discharged in the primary quarter of 2018.
ISPA president, Lynne McNees, says: ‘This workforce study will give important knowledge into what spurs and impacts representatives inside the spa business. Helping spas in filling opening and sustaining future experts is a best need for us.’
As indicated by the 2017 US Spa Industry Study there are as of now around 33,00 opening in the American spa part and, of these, simply finished half (18,780) were for massage advisors.