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Weekly Update: Restrictive Scheduling Bill Will be Heard on Feb. 5

Restrictive Scheduling Bill Will be Heard on Feb. 5 A restrictive scheduling bill, House Bill 1491, will be heard on Tuesday, Feb. 5. We are opposed to this bill because it limits

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Hospitality Workforce Development Bill Gets Hearing

MEDIA CONTACTS: Jillian Henze, APR, senior communications manager, Washington Hospitality Association, 360-956-7279 ext. 124, jillianh@wahospitality.org Nicole Vukonich, state communications manager, Washington Hospitality Association, 360-956-7279 ext. 160, nicolev@wahospitality.org Hospitality Workforce Development

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Education Foundation Director’s Notes – January 2019

Hi! My name is David Faro. On January 1, 2019 I had the good fortune to become the Director of the Washington Hospitality Association’s Education Foundation. As I take the

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Embrace Your Personal Brand and Make it Work for You

This column originally ran in the California Society of Association Executives magazine. “I could have been better… And then, when I walked down the street, people would have looked and

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Two Minute Video: What you need to know 1/30/19

Supporting the safety and security of employees through SB 5258; Affordable housing and workforce development are also legislative priorities for the Association.

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Weekly Update: This is It: Hill Climb is Monday

This Is It: Hill Climb Is Monday Are you ready for Hill Climb 2019 on Monday, Jan. 28?! We are – and we look forward to hearing all of your

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Workforce Challenge: Reducing Payroll Errors

Courtesy of GNSA Even in this day of cloud-based software and automated employee management systems, many organizations still rely on manual time tracking and accounting. Or they’re using separate, non-integrated

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COMPLIMENTARY TRAINING: BEST’s Inhospitable to Human Trafficking Training

“We are woven into the fabric of the daily lives of our guests and team members. As a result, hospitality industry leaders are recognizing the important role we play in preventing

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Washington Hospitality Association supports protecting workers, providing panic buttons

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: January 21, 2019 OLYMPIA, WASH. – The safety and security of employees is a top priority for the hospitality industry, which is why the Washington Hospitality Association

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Weekly Update: The 2019 Legislative Session is On

The 2019 Legislative Session is On The 2019 Legislative Session began Monday, Jan. 14, and is scheduled to run 105 days. During this time, the Legislature will craft a new

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The 2019 Legislative Session Preview

*This article originally appeared in the January 2019 issue of The Washington Hospitality Association Magazine  By Nicole Vukonich For the first time in a while, when the Legislature convenes on

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Two Minute Video: What you need to know 1/15/19

105 day legislative session begins; A big win for hotels as WA Court of Appeals ruled I-124 unconstitutional.

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Training solution to prevent human trafficking is now free for members

MEDIA CONTACTS: Jillian Henze, APR, senior communications manager, Washington Hospitality Association, 360-956-7279 ext. 124, jillianh@wahospitality.org Mar Brettmann, PhD, executive director, Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking, 206-724-8246, mar@bestalliance.org FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE

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Protect Your Hotel: FREE Human Trafficking Training

“We are woven into the fabric of the daily lives of our guests and team members,” said Anthony Anton, president and CEO of the Washington Hospitality Association. “As a result,

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Weekly Update: #Whyichoosehospitality – Tell Your Story at Hill Climb on Jan. 28

#Whyichoosehospitality – Tell Your Story at Hill Climb on Jan. 28 Are you ready to tell your legislators #whyichoosehospitality? Have you registered for Hill Climb? It’s our association’s largest grassroots