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April 2018
 
 
Owners Beware: Hotels Face Increased Brand & Liability Risks for Human Trafficking
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"In February of this year, Marriott’s CEO, Arne Sorenson, took the courageous step of highlighting the human trafficking dangers that exist within the hotel industry. He referred to the story a Marriott employee who, when presented with the situation of two suspicious men in the company of a 12-year old boy, did not stand by idly. Instead, she reached out to her supervisor and together they alerted authorities.

As it turns out, the boy had been missing for three days. The hotel employee’s quick thinking was the only thing that prevented an awful situation from becoming even worse.

... Marriott’s affirmative steps put it in line with the growing national and international trend toward requiring companies to weed out trafficking from both their own businesses and along their supply chains. This article traces that trend and points out how these various laws apply to the hotel industry."

 
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3 Things Managers Need To Know To Resolve Employee Workplace Issues

"Without proactive management, who are willing to have tough conversations or deal with challenging situations-poor sub-cultures form followed by negative work environments."

Kingsbridge Management
 
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An Assortment of Legal Issues Hospitality Employers Should Be Considering This Year
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What Hotel Operators Need to Know About Employment Law
 
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