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AHLA Releases Statement on DACA

AHLA Releases Statement on DACA

WASHINGTON, D.C.–The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) released a statement from its President and CEO, Katherine Lugar regarding the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. “The hotel industry is fundamentally an industry of people. Our employees are as ...

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Positive Outlooks Abound at ALIS 2018

Positive Outlooks Abound at ALIS 2018

Last week at the Americas Lodging Investment Summit (ALIS), nearly 3,000 hospitality professionals converged at the J.W. Marriott at Microsoft Live! in downtown Los Angeles to wheel, deal, and connect with their friends and colleagues in the hotel industry. The ...

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Expanding Hotel Revenue Streams

Expanding Hotel Revenue Streams

Kevin Carey, the American Hotel & Lodging Association’s new executive vice president and chief operating officer, shares how hoteliers can position their own properties to expand and add revenue streams. “Given the breadth of the industry—from global brands all the ...

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Kevin Carey Brings a Growth Mindset to AHLA

Kevin Carey Brings a Growth Mindset to AHLA

Kevin Carey, chief operating officer at the American Hotel & Lodging Association, has a role that was made just for him. For two decades, Carey rose through the ranks at American Express (Amex), most recently serving as managing director of ...

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Five Resources for Preventing Human Trafficking

Five Resources for Preventing Human Trafficking

January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month and hotels around the country are taking steps to raise awareness of the crime and provide employees with the tools and training to recognize and prevent it. Human trafficking is one of the fastest growing ...

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WANTED: Real World Workforce Solutions

WANTED: Real World Workforce Solutions

In 2017, the President of the United States signed an Executive Order to create employment opportunities by increasing access to apprenticeship programs in various industries, including hospitality. And the hospitality industry represents so many opportunities. As the singular voice representing ...

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