Virtual reality gives training boost to Asia's displaced hotel workers during crisis downtime
In the hospitality industry, virtual reality's adoption has not been widespread despite its hype as an appealing product that can digitally transport potential guests to a hotel or travel destination. But with travel plans grounded and hotels in temporary closure amid the current worldwide coronavirus outbreak, one hospitality trainer hopes virtual reality can pick up the slack by leveraging remote coaching to train hospitality workers in Southeast Asia and keep them connected with their workplaces regardless of their geographic locations.
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