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Travel Safety & Security (Especially for Women)

Traveling is often a fun and enchanting experience which can distract you from the potential dangers that come with it. Similarly, if you often travel for business, the repetition or tediousness of travel can desensitize you to the risks. For some, however, travel safety is always at the forefront of their minds. This can be ...
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What Hospitality Operators Need to Know About Planned Workplace Vaccine Mandates

Many businesses were already implementing vaccine mandates, especially with the onset of the Delta Variant, and now the trend will be further accelerated with President Biden announcing plans to mandate that all employers with more than 100 workers require employees to be vaccinated or test for the virus weekly earlier this month. The following video ...
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Challenges With Hotel Staffing Contracts

The following video features Stephen Barth, Founder of HospitalityLawyer.com®, and Andria Ryan, Partner of Fisher Phillips, having a discussion on hospitality staffing company contracts. Tune in to the conversation for insights on utilizing staffing agencies, staffing contracts, and the impact they can have on hotels or restaurants.
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What Is Hospitality Law? An Explanation with Stephen Barth

Stephen Barth, founder of HospitalityLawyer.com®, provides an in-depth explanation of what hospitality law consists of, including what specific industries fall under the hospitality umbrella as well as what general and niche laws impact those in the hospitality communities. Individuals both new and old to hospitality will find the explanation useful, especially students who may be ...
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5 Steps to De-escalating Mask Refusal

With some states reopening and lifting mask mandates, the burden is falling on hotels, restaurants, and other businesses to enforce mask requirements. By now, there have been a number of well-documented incidents wherein customers and guests react in a belligerent, hostile, or even violent manner after being asked to comply with mask rules. The following ...
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Houston Restaurateur, Tony Vallone Passes After a Full Life and Long Legacy

55-years of Excellence and Innovation in Food and Service Houston, Texas- September 10, 2020– It is with heavy hearts we share the passing of Houston Restaurateur, Tony Vallone. The country has lost one of the greatest mentors, chefs, and restaurateurs. Tony’s legacy will continue on with his restaurant, Tony’s in Greenway Plaza and Tony’s Catering.  ...
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A US Legal Perspective on Global and Domestic Business Travel

How do the US 50 states’ workers’ compensation laws protect US businesses and their global and domestic travelers at home and abroad? Business Travel by United States companies has grown exponentially over the past years.  As a result, both the foreseen and unforeseen liabilities for businesses and their traveling employees raise viable concerns for all ...
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Connecting the Dots for Retail and Hospitality: Legal and Safety Ramifications of COVID-19

Webinar | Tuesday, April 7, at 1:00 p.m. ET Retail and hospitality operators are searching for relief and compliance solutions as the Coronavirus continues to impact the United States. Join Ceridian’s John Orr, SVP Retail, and a panel of legal and safety thought leaders for an interactive, deep-dive discussion on the steps you can take ...
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Resources to Combat the Coronavirus

This ConvergeBlog post features several articles that provide valuable information about COVID-10, or the Coronavirus. It is our hope that these articles can assist the travel and hospitality industries to combat the virus and manage the risks that come with it. We will continue to add links with updated information and valuable tips For more ...
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