Wakeup Call launches newly redesigned website portal

Wakeup Call launches a newly redesigned and updated website at www.wakeupcall.net. This streamlined web portal is designed with enhanced features, functionality and navigation to make it easier for hoteliers to find information on Wakeup Call's unique risk management services and solutions. The site enhancements also provide greater opportunity for feedback and interaction between Wakeup Call and its hotel customers.

Recognized as the first and only single-source, SaaS-based platform for hotel risk management solution, Wakeup Call offers the hospitality industry comprehensive, real-time information and tools to manage potential employee/employer concerns and other liability issues. The online platform also provides a certificate of insurance tracker, contract management, 24/7 online training, OSHA kit, an employment law hotline, and live HR support, among other useful tools for employers.

Adding to the user experience, the redesign also allows for a cleaner, simpler process to request a free 15-day trial or sign up with Wakeup Call. Other key elements of the site include client testimonials, a virtual tour, educational videos, and social media connections, as well as an industry relevant blog where readers will find the latest news on HR and legal issues affecting their businesses.

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