and Hotel Controllers Conferences
AUSTIN, TEXAS (March 6, 2007) - Professional Speaker Roz Trieber, MS, CHES and Attorney Phillip Maltin will discuss important workplace issues in entertaining styles at the upcoming Hospitality Financial and Technology Professionals' ™ (HFTP) Club and Hotel Controllers Conferences. First Trieber will share ideas on how to create a strong workplace, where employees enjoy working. The next day, Maltin will provide information on what employers should watch out for to prevent being sued.
HFTP's popular Club and Hotel Controllers Conferences, held twice annually, feature identical education programs with topics important to the club and hotel industries. In 2007, the first conference will be March 19 - 20 at The Ritz-Carlton New Orleans in New Orleans, La. The second conference will be held June 26 - 27 at the Orange County Convention Center in Orlando, Fla.
In the session "Hospitality LiteR - One-Third Less Stress, Same Great Job," Trieber will use interactive humor, improvisational skills and props to show the three powers of attitude and how to create a workplace where people love to come to work. She will also demonstrate ways to strengthen team understanding, build up relationships and facilitate stress reduction.
In the session "How Not to Get Sued: 10 Rules That Keep Employers Out of Trouble," Maltin will use colorful stories and funny video clips to analyze serious subjects that teach employers how to immunize themselves from legal problems. The session will explore the 10 things that employers should do (or should never do) if they want to keep their employees from suing them. Maltin will answer questions such as: Do stupid remarks equal illegal harassment? How can employers tell if an employee is lying? What is the single dumbest thing most employers do that virtually ensures a lawsuit?
In addition to the general sessions, the education program will offer hotel and club session tracks. Topics include:
The June conference will be co-located with HITEC (Hospitality Industry Technology Exposition and Conference), the largest hospitality technology conference and exposition. Attending the June Club and Hotel Controllers Conference will give attendees the added opportunity to visit the HITEC exhibit hall. In addition to the expected 350+ companies exhibiting, the 2007 exhibit hall will feature a special Club Technology Pavilion with hands-on displays of the latest in club technology. Also, returning to HITEC is GUESTROOM 2010 a model hotel room showcasing the most current and near-future guestroom technology. Visit the Orlando web site to learn more about what the city has to offer.
Registration for the conferences is now available on the HFTP web site. For more information contact the HFTP education department at email@example.com, (800) 646-4387 or 001 (512) 249-5333, ext. 31.
For information about sponsorship opportunities, please contact the HFTP Marketing Dept. (800) 646-4387 or 001 (512) 249-5333, ext. 25, or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About Roz Triber, MS, CHES
About Phillip Maltin
HFTP, Austin, Texas, USA and Maastricht, The Netherlands, founded in
1952, is the global professional association for financial and technology
personnel working in hotels, clubs and other hospitality-related businesses.
HFTP provides first class educational opportunities, research, and publications
to more than 4,600 members globally including, the premiere hospitality
technology conference HITEC--founded in 1972. HFTP also awards the only
hospitality specific certifications for accounting and technology ---the
Certified Hospitality Accountant Executive (CHAE) and the Certified Hospitality
Technology Professional (CHTP) designations. HFTP was founded in the USA
as the National Association of Hotel Accountants. For more information
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