As in many industries, hospitality and multi-family brands are experiencing frustrating staff shortages coming out of the pandemic. Many properties are struggling to rehire staff. We're hearing from some facilities that are managing with just 60% of their original team.
Here’s a challenge for you.
Managing aquatic facilities, whether at a large resort or a small community pool, is a challenge.
By the beginning of August, 39% of the U.S. was in an official state of drought. This has contributed to widespread wildfires and other consequences. And it appears the drought will only get worse.
A few months ago, we published an update on the chlorine shortage. We’re back again with more information, but unfortunately the situation hasn’t improved much.
Portfolio operators are no stranger to the expense it takes to keep pools, spas and other water features operational. In recent years the core costs of chemicals, equipment and labor have all increased while new compliance requirements and sustainability initiatives are creating even more expense for both the owners and managers of hotels, multi-family properties, fitness clubs, municipalities and other communities. If anything the pandemic has only increased the speed of these cost increases.
It's more than easier pool management - it's peace of mind.
We’ve rolled out some updates VivoPoint.
Is there a shortage of chlorine?
Your pool is open, and you’re looking forward to watching your guests enjoy lazy days in the crystal clear water. But how do you make sure they can enjoy your pools and spas for the whole season?