In Good Company Partners With Hotel Equities on Pilot Program

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ATLANTA, Georgia—In Good Company announced it has entered into a new partnership with Hotel Equities to focus on a pilot program in Georgia involving eight Hotel Equities properties. The program will provide training for general managers, reevaluate roles for hiring, and expand recruiting efforts in organizations and communities that serve individuals with disabilities.

“We are excited to partner with In Good Company to expand our integrated hiring practices,” said Brad Rahinsky, CEO of Hotel Equities. “We believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to work and succeed, and we are committed to creating a workplace where everyone feels welcome and valued.”

“We are thrilled to be working with Hotel Equities on this important initiative,” said Sarah Naumann, founder of In Good Company. “We believe that this partnership will have a positive impact on the lives of many people with disabilities while also having a positive impact on the long-term stability of their hotels’ teams, as staffing can be such a challenge in this industry.”

Nancy Curtin Morris, senior vice president of talent for Hotel Equities, is spearheading the pilot program, which launched last October.

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