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07/28/2022

Atrium Hospitality Partners With DailyPay

Thousands of the company's associates across the United States will now have access to their earned pay as they earn it.
Michal Christine Escobar
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Atrium Hospitality, a hotel operator, announced its partnership with DailyPay, a provider of on-demand pay. With DailyPay, Atrium Hospitality’s thousands of Associates across the United States will have access to their earned pay as they earn it. This critical financial wellness benefit provides Atrium team members with the power of choice and control over their pay to take care of bills, spend, save or invest on their own schedule. 

Alpharetta, Georgia-based Atrium Hospitality was recently ranked #1 in customer satisfaction among third-party hotel management companies in the J.D. Power 2021 Third-Party Hotel Management Guest Satisfaction Benchmark. The company manages a portfolio of 82 hotels in 28 states, representing well-known brands such as Hilton, Marriott, IHG, and Wyndham and operates more than 20,000 guest rooms/suites and approximately 3 million square feet of event space. In 2022, Atrium Hospitality added another Atlanta Top Workplaces win to the company’s accolades and celebrated being recognized by The Atlanta Journal-Constitution for a second year.

“Atrium Hospitality’s decision to partner with DailyPay centers on the individual Atrium family member and placing the power of choice in their hands by offering flexibility on pay,” said Anneliesse Cooper, Senior Vice President of Human Resources, Atrium Hospitality. “As a preferred employer in the hospitality industry, we listen to our Associates and are creating an even better place to work and grow through innovative partnerships and technologies, including addressing their financial well-being.”

According to DailyPay’s Job Satisfaction Index, hiring rates in the hospitality industry have been on a fast upward trend since the beginning of 2022, increasing from 10% in January to 27% in May. With DailyPay, employers can hire up to 2x faster than those who don’t offer an on-demand pay benefit, according to a survey conducted by DailyPay.