Keyword: American Hotel & Lodging Association
Initiative 124 was determined by the court to have violated Seattle's "single subject" requirement, which restricts the passage of multiple rules in one measure.
Coupled with steady supply surges and a booming economy, U.S. hotel developers have found that labor and construction costs have continued to grow.
Reporting to AH&LA COO and EVP Kevin Carey, Pearce will focus on expanding the group's membership base and revenue.
The American Hotel & Lodging Association and hotel industry CEOs pledged to follow the "5-Star Promise," five pillars the industry can implement to protect workers.
The group's president and CEO accepted a similar position at the American Beverage Association.
Through this program, both companies are aiming to provide young people with the skills necessary for a lifelong career in the hotel space.
Adrienne Weil, who has more than a decade of experience with member-based and nonprofit organizations, will focus on partner relationships.
The hotel industry is a great hiding place for labor traffickers, but asking the right questions can help prevent the practice.
Rosanna Maietta, who has served as interim president of the Foundation since last May, also serves as SVP of communications and marketing.
For every $1 hotels invested in programs to reduce kitchen food waste, on average they saved $7 in operating costs, according to new study.