When a hotel fails to make contractually agreed-upon changes, it opens itself up to legal consequences. Here’s one example of what can happen.
The American Hotel & Lodging Association’s new No Room for Trafficking campaign aims to train every hotel employee in human trafficking prevention.
Staff at all current and future My Place hotels can become certified through BEST’s Inhospitable to Human Trafficking program.
Hoteliers looking to offer coworking space have a lot to consider, from how much to charge to ensuring users physical safety and digital security.
Two My Place leaders, its EVP Matt Campbell and Director of Public Relations Ngoc Thach, will serve on committees at the AH&LA.
Depending on a hotel’s situation, it may be best for it to hire personnel in-house, contract with an outside company or work with the police.
Any hotel chain that used an outside agency to buy media on its behalf should investigate whether it is a victim of potentially deceptive activities.
A panel during the NYU International Hospitality Industry Investment Conference looks beyond "low-hanging fruit” for ways to improve operations.
A number of hotel companies have been accused of agreeing not to bid on each other’s brand names when purchasing Google ads, avoiding price competition.
Right now, 13 states require human-trafficking signage, four require training and 14 have penalties for not complying.