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AH&LA 2014 policy agenda focused on economic growth, job creation   29 Jan, 2014

The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AH&LA) unveiled its Pro-Growth Policy Agenda for 2014, highlighting the key areas on which the U.S. lodging industry will focus its advocacy efforts.More>>

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5 QUESTIONS WITH ... Gerry Chase   3 Jan, 2014

The president and COO of New Castle Hotels & Resorts emphasizes changes in government policyMore>>

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5 QUESTIONS WITH ... Sam Friedman   2 Jan, 2014

Dimension Development’s founder and CEO on how the Affordable Care Act will affect the hotel industry, why military activity has the effect it does and what markets will be top of mind in 2014More>>

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AH&LA advocates for more hours in "full-time" definition   9 Oct, 2013

The lodging industry is advocating for changes in the current law to allow for a definition of full-time status that is more in keeping with current employment practices. The current ACA definition of 30 hours could lead to disruptions in the workforce and does not allow employees to maintain...More>>

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Think first before hiring an unpaid intern; it can bite you   8 Oct, 2013

Be careful before deciding to hire unpaid interns. More>>

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Legal Q&A: Why hiring an unpaid intern can be a bad idea   27 Sep, 2013

We’ve warned clients for some time now that businesses and other organizations should think carefully if they are considering the possibility of permitting unpaid internships. Internship season is year-round now in most industries, so the time to consider whether and under what circumstances to...More>>

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Department of Labor finds Grand Hyatt Denver violated Fair Labor Standards Act   15 Aug, 2013

1750 Welton Street Investors LLC, doing business as the Grand Hyatt Denver, must pay temporary employees who worked as housekeepers more than $55,000 in back wages. The Department of Labor found the business hadn't paid the workers for time spent working before and after their scheduled shifts. The...More>>

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Employee breaks: What to know so you aren't burned   13 Aug, 2013

Employee breaks need to be managed well to avoid legal ramifications.More>>

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Hotel industry primed to persuade on the Hill   1 May, 2013

AH&LA Summit offers guidance on lobbying Congress.More>>

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New York hotel union's new contract includes pay raises and panic buttons   10 Feb, 2012

The Hotel Association of New York has approved the new seven-year contract for the New York Hotel Trades Council A.F.L.-C.I.O., and the final contract is expected to be ratified by the union's members on Monday. The New York Post reports on the terms of the contract, which include a 29-percent wage...More>>




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