coronavirus

Overall Leisure and Hospitality Employment Rose in May, Accommodations Jobs Declined

The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics today reported that 21 million were unemployed in May—down 2.1 million from the previous month. The national unemployment...
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From Alternative Work to Relief Funds: Three Ways Hotel Businesses Are Supporting Employees During...

Hotel occupancy has dropped significantly amid social distancing measures and travel restrictions to mitigate the spread of COVID-19. Slow business has prompted some properties...
COVID-19 Housekeeping

Seven Cost-Saving Measures to Help Hoteliers Avoid Layoffs

During the COVID-19 pandemic, hoteliers across the country are implementing cost-cutting measures to avoid wholesale reductions in force (RIFs), opting instead for temporary saving...
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How to Stay Connected With Hotel Employees During COVID-19

To stop the spread of COVID-19, people are hunkering down at home. Families are abandoning vacation plans. Companies are eliminating business trips. Austin’s famous...
David Steffen

Workplace Law Specialist on Employment Dilemmas During COVID-19

As a partner in the workplace law firm Constangy, Brooks, Smith & Prophete, David P. Steffen has represented workplace clients in both state and...
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