Hotel Online Special Release
A National Study of Turnover and Diversity in the U.S. Lodging Industry
September 1997 - Welcome to the American Hotel Foundation's study of Turnover and Diversity in the U.S. Lodging Industry. The intent of the study is to determine the rates and causes of turnover and the breadth of diversity in the lodging industry. The survey is being coordinated by Robert H. Woods, Ph.D., Associate Professor at Michigan State's School of Hospitality Business (E-mail Dr. Woods at firstname.lastname@example.org) and Michael Sciarini, Ph.D.,Assistant Professor at Michigan State's School of Hospitality Business.( E-Mail Dr. Sciarini at email@example.com) .
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The American Hotel Foundation (AHF) is one of two related organizations of the American Hotel & Motel Association (AH&MA), the other being the Educational Institute of the AH&MA (EI).
The AHF was founded by a group of hoteliers in 1953. The mission of the AHF is to provide financial support which enhances the stability, prosperity, and growth of the lodging industry through educational and research programs. In 1997, the AHF will award approximately $262,000 in scholarships and $120,000 in funded research projects.
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