Turn on the television at any given time you will probably either find a reality show about tattoos, or a celebrity flaunting his or her body art. Even the famous tattoo artist, Ed Hardy, has a popular clothing and perfume line. Indeed, tattooing has become one of the fastest growing industries in the United States, successfully appealing toward the mainstream culture.
The hospitality sector faces a variety of potentially damaging threats that hotels need to contend with, particularly as they deal with an influx of new leisure and business travelers.
When you think of the traditional definition of service animals, miniature horses usually don’t come to mind. If a miniature horse has been trained to perform the tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, then they have the same rights as a service animal.
The hotel room key card may become as obsolete as the brass room key it replaced. Door lock vendors have developed the technology to let smartphones function as keys, and the hotel industry is starting to experiment with it.
Safety incentive programs have been under the microscope lately. The primary concern is that programs that reward workers or teams for avoiding injury might result in employees not reporting recordable injuries.
In this day and age consumers have come to expect free WiFi to be accessible wherever they go, connecting WiFi enabled devices at their convenience has become a must have.
Beware! There may be an immeasurable hazard in your bathroom, your glass shower door! It can happen in an instant; shower doors spontaneously shattering, sometimes while a person is showering, resulting in injuries of various magnitudes.
Fair chance policies benefit everyone! The laws often referred to as “ban the box” laws motivate employers to consider job candidates based on the applicant’s qualifications without the humiliation of the criminal record.
Smaller hotel rooms – larger common areas; some hotels are reducing the size of their rooms immensely instead putting the emphasis on multiple and larger common areas.