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Lodging News: Convention to look at ICE raids | Governor proclaims May Hospitality Month | Marijuana in the workplace

ESD, DSHS, Washington Hospitality Association and Gov. Inslee join forces for Hospitality Month and job creation.   Gov. Jay Inslee has declared May 2017 as Hospitality Month. This is the

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May 5, 2017 – King County Hiring Event

REGISTER YOUR ORGANIZATION TODAY! CONTACT:  roxannel@wahospitality.org Hospitality labor shortages are creeping across the state.  When you need employees to help your business succeed, not being able to connect with competent job

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Housekeepers’ Health & Safety in the Workplace

Ergonomics is the science of designing jobs, equipment, and workplaces to fit the person. The application of ergonomics to housekeeping is an extremely beneficial way to reduce pain/discomfort, lower the

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Washington Lodging News: Bipartisan Bill in Congress to Support Reform of H-2B Visas Gets Industry Support

Bipartisan bill to support reform of H-2B visas gets industry support. The H-2B Workforce Coalition, an alliance of more than 40 various industry associations focused on protecting American workers by

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Businesses Ending Slavery & Trafficking

We’re thrilled to announce that Businesses Ending Slavery & Trafficking (BEST) and the Washington Hospitality Association Education Foundation (WHAEF) have formed a new partnership to continue to raise awareness of

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Four Members Inducted into WSU Hospitality Hall of Fame

The Washington State University School of Hospitality inducted 11 graduates into the Hospitality Hall of Fame on March 24 in Pullman, Wash. These inductees are graduates of the hospitality program


8 Facts Every Restaurateur Must Know About Card Processing

Payment cards are a commonly used form of payment at most restaurants. If understood and managed correctly, your payment-card processing can add to greater profits with reasonable costs. Here is

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Credit card fraud (focuses on web)

By Fred O. Williams Association POS  Fraudsters are shifting their tactics in the face of new card security measures – but consumers can fight back to protect their accounts with tactics

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Safety meeting (starter sheet)

Use this link to find a great agenda for topics to discuss at your next safety meeting. Restaurant_and_Kitchen_Safety_Tips

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Register Today! Seattle Hospitality Summit April 4

Register today for the first-ever Washington Hospitality Summit, presented by Food Services of America. We’re presenting information on seven hand-picked topics to inform and ignite savvy decision-making for your hospitality