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ISHC WorldView: Compensation and Career Advancement Are the Keys to Attracting Employees

ISHC WorldView | July 17, 2018

What does the hospitality industry need to attract future employees to properly compete in the workplace? 43% of ISHC members surveyed see better compensation (i.e. higher salaries and performance-based pay) as a key to improving our industry's employment outlook, followed by 30% touting career advancement as critical according to the ISHC WorldView study. Benefits, Flexibility, Training, and Recruitment were also noted as key factors. ISHC's Aurora Dawn Reinke, Founder of Astrapto LLC, weighed in, "A spectrum of dignity and equality matters to future generations - from living wages and benefits for the lowest line staff to opportunity...

Keys to Success: Employee Satisfaction

Robert A. Rauch | February 16, 2016

By Robert A. Rauch, President of RAR Hospitality 2016 is going to be an amazing year for the hotel industry as we previously forecasted. We have also covered the Top 10 Trends of the year to help us stay ahead of the game. But one of the additional keys to success in the coming year is employee satisfaction. Without a satisfied hotel staff we have no foundation upon which to build. At the recent Marriott owners meeting I attended in December, when asked what will make Marriott hotels successful, Bill Marriott said that the key to success at a hotel is to take care of our employees because employees will in turn take care of our guests a...

Who Should “Own” the Hotel Employees: No Easy Answer to that Question

Joshua Bowman | January 19, 2015

by Joshua Bowman, Sherin and Lodgen LLP Lawyers who provide employment counsel to hotel owners sometimes use a "legal audit checklist," to assist each with understanding nuances of employment-related legal requirements. For Massachusetts hotel owners, the legal audit checklist is not short. Here's a sample of some of the areas that may be covered: the Massachusetts Wage Act; the Fair Labor Standards Act; requirements under collective bargaining agreements or "neutrality" agreements; the Massachusetts Domestic Violence Act; OSHA; state and federal nondiscrimination laws (M.G.L. Chapter 151B, the ADA, the ADEA and Title VII); the Family M...

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