HPMF launches ‘Hope’ initiative to help distressed members to get back to work


HPMF (Hospitality Purchasing Manager’s Forum) has decided to hold hands of all such Hospitality Supply Chain Professionals and help them to get back to work. The HOPE initiative will bring in happiness and extend helping hand to distressed fraternity, their families and community at large. HPMF HOPE, is a very genuine effort from the core of the heart to help the needy friends and fraternity members. It will help maintain the dignity of their fellow colleagues and friends.

The HPMF HOPE initiative has the following 3 pillars –

HPMF HOPE Task Force – Dedicated team of 14 fraternity members lead by Mr. Rajesh Nair, President HPMF Kerala and Materials Manager of Grand Hyatt Kochi, has been identified from India and Nepal in assisting team members who have lost jobs. They will be sharing certain job-related links, portals etc. which will be helpful in the job hunt. Secondly this team will share contact details of Placement agents, Consultants, Job recruiters, NGOs, and Government sites for jobs. The team will also assist in alternative career options, Entrepreneurship Recommendation, Identification of easy loan from Banks etc. Lastly, they we will also approach Indian Supply Partners to promote employment via Make in India strategy.

HPMF HOPE Fund Raising Drive – We will approach all possible donors to donate funds which can be legally provided to unemployed fraternity members towards the ration for their families for a short time.

HPMF HOPE Helpline No – A 24 x 7 Help desk and Counseling Cell has been setup which is headed by Dr Sanjay Goyal. This desk will always keep the fraternity members motivated and informed.

The initiative will also be urging the other working HPMF Members to not to apply to any new openings and the preferences must be given to colleagues who unfortunately have lost their jobs.