Category: Hospitality

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ECPAT-USA Outlines Human Trafficking Laws for the Hospitality Industry

An uptick in April 2020 calls to the U.S. National Human Trafficking Hotline during the pandemic has raised concerns on how the hospitality industry handles issues of human trafficking laws. The numbers of these calls in April represented a 40 percent increase from the previous month. Here’s a look at how the hotels are addressing…

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Considerations for Owners Who Are Reopening Hotels

As the hospitality industry is carefully reopening hotels during the summer of 2020, it has become imperative for hotel managers to adapt to social and economic changes caused by the pandemic. Various areas of hotel management are being rethought to promote new sustainability standards. Here are a few ways on how hotels can prepare for…

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How to Ensure a Robust Hotel Cybersecurity

In recent times, the importance of electronic data has increased. Like all other industries, the hospitality industry also relies on data. As any hotel data includes guests’ personal as well as financial information, it becomes essential to secure those. This is why hotels need to implement a cybersecurity system. Why Is Cybersecurity Important for Hotels?…

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Tips for Hotels to Host Socially Distanced Conferences & Meetings

The hospitality industry has been severely impacted by the coronavirus pandemic. However, after some of the restrictions have been released, hotels are now open to host meetings and conferences. They must quickly adapt to their guests’ requirements and offer services that would not have any possibility of spreading infection. Here’s how hosting a meeting in…

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How to Optimize Staff During COVID-19 to Fight Uncertainty

The coronavirus pandemic has posed many new challenges for the hospitality industry. When things are slowly returning to normal, the uncertainty related to occupancy is still prevalent. To stay profitable, hotels need to optimize their staff. Without proper planning, hotels may have to bear substantial financial as well as reputational loss. Here are some ways…

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