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Improving Hotel NOI with Retro-Commissioning

Improving Hotel NOI with Retro-Commissioning

Are you keeping your hotel assets running in great shape with regular energy efficiency tune-ups? As most new hotels get ready to open their doors, engineers perform a commissioning process to observe building systems and make sure everything is operating ...

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Showing Housekeeping Staff Appreciation

Showing Housekeeping Staff Appreciation

Housekeepers are an integral part of the hotel industry, and employee appreciation is a professional form of endearment that not only boosts the morale of the workplace but also the quality of work being produced, with 91 percent of workers ...

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Outsourcing to Boost Efficiency

Outsourcing to Boost Efficiency

Imagine that you’re the general manager of a hotel. You do consistent business, and you’re staffed to manage the day-to-day operations of your property. But, you found out that in three months, someone booked the venue across the street for ...

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Finding Housekeeping Employees

Finding Housekeeping Employees

A hotel without a reliable and consistent housekeeping staff will likely experience diminished cleanliness, face lower quality assurance scores from inspectors, be subjected to higher labor and training costs due to frequent employee turnover, and experience more complaints from guests. ...

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Cooperative Mindset Primes Loews for Success

Cooperative Mindset Primes Loews for Success

Working to ensure that employees and management are on the same page can be an extremely demanding endeavor for any entity in the lodging industry. Adding extra players, like a management company or corporate overseer, to create a symbiotic and ...

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Building Efficient Operations into Your Brand Vision

Building Efficient Operations into Your Brand Vision

Every hotel wants to run like a well-oiled machine. Smooth operating procedures lead to more efficient hotels, content employees, and perhaps most importantly, satisfied guests. However, ensuring a hotel is firing on all cylinders may require more staff and more ...

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