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Weekly Update: Third Special Legislative Session Begins

Third Special Legislative Session Begins Gov. Jay Inslee has called lawmakers back for a third special session to work to fund the McCleary decision, a court-mandated K-12 education funding within

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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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Paid Leave

In Nov. 2016, Washington state voters passed Initiative 1433, creating a new state mandate on employers to provide paid sick leave benefits. Here are the main details of the new

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Weekly Update: Strong Push for State Tourism Funding

Washington Hospitality Makes Strong Push for State Tourism Funding Washington Hospitality Association staff and members participated in the 2017 Washington Tourism Summit and Day in Olympia, on Jan. 24. Reps. Cindy Ryu,

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Training Hack: Developing an Effective Training Process

by Deven Bhagwandin Claims Prevention Solution The hospitality and restaurant industries can be high-stress jobs. Employees must be able to multi-task and adapt to any situation quickly, all while on the move

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Reward Hustle and Effort to Increase Sales

Popular shows like “Restaurant Impossible” regularly show how quickly a restaurant can be turned around with the proper focus and attention.

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In the United States, there are over 1000 new restaurant jobs created every day. That means competition for who has the best talent working for them is on the rise.

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How to recruit and retain millenials

Published July 12, 2016 by Matthew Cecil Reprinted from  http://blog.industry.co/  By 2020 it is projected that 46% of the US workforce will be comprised of millennial workers. As millennials begin

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ACA compliance about to get more difficult

Explore Minimum Essential Coverage (MEC).  Companies with over 50 employees  can save thousands. If you have at least 50 full-time equivalent employees—you will soon be facing huge challenges with health

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Washington Restaurant Market Watch: Finding Employees in a Tight Labor Market

That’s great news if you’re one of the many college students entering the workforce after graduation. It’s also glad tidings if you’re among the unemployed, but if you’re an employer, it’s a challenge.