The purpose of the article is to study theoretical and practical aspects of the process of adaptation of hospitality workers taking into account the requirements of today, namely, when the external environment is dynamic, difficult to predict, staff turnover is high, multitasking increases, and professional burnout accelerates. The methods of research are analysis and synthesis, induction and deduction, causal link between the process of adaptation of employees and the level of engagement that affects labor productivity, which justified the role and importance of the international quality standard ISO 10018: 2015 "Quality management, guidelines for employee engagement and competencies". The results of the study have established that with the development of the digital economy, opportunities for self-development are increasing, so modern professional development programs should be supplemented with a section on self-development. And this should be reflected in the employee ID card. Form a separate program of human capital development, where the adaptation program will be part of, providing a positive attitude to the enterprises of hospitality of the employees themselves, taking into account their competencies. Practical results. To improve the efficiency of the process of adaptation of hospitality workers it is necessary to implement the international quality standard ISO 10018: 2015 "Quality management, guidelines for employee engagement and competencies", which will address the organizational and methodological aspects of this process. Strengthen the role and importance of competencies that affect the quality of hospitality workers. The peculiarity of this approach is the use of all these processes on the basis of the quality control cycle. Value/originality. The originality lies in the use of the international practice of ISO 10018: 2015 "Quality management, guidelines for employee engagement and competencies" in the hospitality industry, where the human factor plays a key role and shapes their sustainable development.
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adaptation, involvement, ISO standard, adaptation tools, benefits of adaptation, human capital, hospitality
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