Should hotels adapt employee training and development policies to attract and retain younger employees?
Written by Stephen Darling   
Monday, 14 January 2013 00:00

How fun is your workplace?  Young people entering today’s hospitality industry expect to have fun at work. When they don’t, the brightest and best will leave; silently and swiftly, usually without explanation.  They learn differently than their predecessors, often by trial and error; thinking outside the box and questioning just about every direction and instruction. I learned years ago that if we really want employees to understand and perform, then we must help them understand why – more than what. The leadership team that fails to deliver and ensure this will lose them.

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What are the criteria to select an interior designer to re-design a hotel restaurant space?
Monday, 10 December 2012 00:00

Whether running a standalone restaurant or a hotel-restaurant, it’s important to adapt to the changing customer needs and a restaurant redesign is often called for. Few hotel operators look to interiour designers to either update the look of the existing restaurant or undertake a total renovation. Here are 11 criteria to help a hotel operator in hiring an interior designer

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Employee Or Contractor?
Written by Len Polsky   
Monday, 19 November 2012 00:00

clipboardI want to hire someone to work at my property. I would like to put them on payroll as an employee, but  the individual  wants to be treated as a contractor. What is the difference between an employee and a contractor?

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Severance Pay
Written by Len Polsky   
Monday, 12 November 2012 12:08

woman-lap-top-labout-severance-payI want to be fair to my employees but don’t want to be taken to the cleaners when I have to let someone go. How do I protect myself?

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