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Outsourcing Linens Can Save Money, Water, and Energy

Outsourcing Linens Can Save Money, Water, and Energy

For hoteliers who are simultaneously concerned about the environmental impact of their laundry services, as well as the cost of doing laundry in-house, outsourcing their laundry may be the answer. According to Joe Ricci, president and CEO of TRSA—the association ...

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Creating a Smarter Hotel Kitchen

Creating a Smarter Hotel Kitchen

When running a hotel kitchen, there’s always room for improvement – whether it’s through reducing workplace injuries, meeting sustainability requirements, or simply cutting costs to increase your bottom line. In the quest for a smarter hotel kitchen, the following strategies ...

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The Economics of Off-Premise Laundry

The Economics of Off-Premise Laundry

One factor that hotel operators may be considering as they manage expenses is whether to operate on-premise laundry facilities or to outsource laundry through an off-premise service. While operating an on-premise laundry facility has its benefits, off-site facilities give hotel ...

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Safeguarding Room Keys and Guest Privacy

Safeguarding Room Keys and Guest Privacy

Room attendants will service about 16 guestrooms per day. In between rooms, they’ll make trips to the housekeeping office, supply storeroom, linen closets, employee break room, locker room, and more. To ensure guest privacy isn’t compromised, housekeeping employees must follow ...

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Navigating Fair Wages

Navigating Fair Wages

Signed into law in 1938, the first federal minimum wage was just $0.25 per hour. Since then minimum wage has steadily risen to keep up with inflation and an increased cost of living. Now, the federal minimum wage is $7.25 ...

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