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Wyndham Studies What Stresses American Vacationers

Wyndham Studies What Stresses American Vacationers

PARSIPPANY, N.J.—Raising families, navigating jobs, and balancing social commitments are among some of the stressors on Americans’ plates. The result is that 51 percent of U.S. vacationers admit they’re more stressed today compared to a year ago, and it’s causing ...

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Cvent Reveals Top U.S. Meeting Destinations for 2017

Cvent Reveals Top U.S. Meeting Destinations for 2017

Tysons Corner, Va.–Cvent, Inc., a cloud-based enterprise event management company, today revealed its annual list of the top 50 cities for meetings and events in the United States. The list was compiled according to meeting and event booking activity through ...

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Advancing the Rise of Women in Lodging

Advancing the Rise of Women in Lodging

Last week, Atlanta, Ga.-based non-profit the Castell Project—an organization dedicated to advancing diversity in hospitality industry leadership—hosted its inaugural conference at the Hilton Garden Inn Atlanta Downtown. The exclusive three-day event offered 28 high-potential female hospitality professionals an opportunity to ...

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5th Gear Shift Symposium Empowers Women in Lodging

5th Gear Shift Symposium Empowers Women in Lodging

Boston, MA – This past weekend, Boston University’s School of Hospitality Administration (BU SHA) hosted its first 5th Gear Shift: Women Navigating & Powering Your Career, a weekend-long symposium designed to educate female students on the skills, knowledge, perspectives, and ...

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Senate Introduces Bill to Reform H-2B Visa Program

Senate Introduces Bill to Reform H-2B Visa Program

WASHINGTON, D.C.—The H-2B Workforce Coalition, an alliance of more than 40 various industry associations focused on protecting American workers by ensuring American small and seasonal employers have access to legal short-term temporary employees during peak business periods, issued the following ...

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