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(Upskilling) Your Best Defense in a Tight Labor Market

Building your team from within is increasingly important in today’s labor economy, and Washington Hospitality Association Education Foundation is set to help. By David Faro We hear it time and

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Eye on Hospitality: Bloodborne Pathogens in Hotels (Protect Yourself)

By Paul Schlienz Better safe than sorry. Nowhere is this old saying truer than when it comes to dealing with bloodborne pathogens. These hazards can spread serious illness, and they

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Department of Revenue Changes (Online Portal)

From:   DOR My DOR Feedback <MyDORFeedback@DOR.WA.GOV> Sent:   Monday, March 5, 2018 12:59 PM To:     DOR My DOR Feedback Subject:   Washington Dept. of Revenue – New system, key dates, and webinars! On March 19, The Department

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(WIN!) Rulemaking to begin (on spirits distributor license fees)

The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board (LCB) has announced proposed rulemaking to roll back the 10 percent spirits distributor license fee when retailers sell spirits to on premise licensees.

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REGISTER: 2018 Washington Hospitality Summits

Come Learn, Engage, and have Fun at the 2018 Washington Hospitality Summits! We are thrilled to announce that the Hospitality Summits are set for the Spring of 2018. There are

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Grays Harbor (Customer Service Training)

Guest Service Gold training available in Grays Harbor! March 7th, 2018 Chateau Westport Resort 710 Hancock, Westport, WA 98595 Training: 1:00 Pm—5:00 pm Cost: $49 per person SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE! Take

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(Top 10 Reasons) To Hire A Mystery Shopper

1. Improve the quality of service. Every business wants to be known for a high level of service, and many companies even spend considerable time and money training employees to

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Eye on Hospitality: Playing Music in Your Business (What You Need to Know)

For more detailed information on Hospitality Association music licencing programs – click here . By Paul Schlienz Protections for Businesses That Play Music In 2016, your State Government Affairs Team

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Eye on Hospitality (Great Food, Better Lives)

By Paul Schlienz  Hospitality serves communities, and it often transforms lives.  If you want to see a perfect example of the hospitality industry’s ability to improve lives, look no further

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5 Admin Tasks Sinking Your Restaurant Manager (and How to Stay Afloat)

By Guv CallahanFebruary 16, 2018 Hot Schedules OpX Roadshow  How much time do restaurant managers spend doing administrative work? Between payroll, ordering, inspections and a mess of other paperwork, it’s easy

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Your Primary Source of Information (Survey)

WASHINGTON  HOSPITALITY – Your Primary Source of Information Take the Survey when contacted please! The Washington Hospitality Association works with an outside company, Verometrics, to complete a membership survey every

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HotSchedules Launches OpX Roadshow (for Restaurant Leaders and Operators)

Operational Excellence tour kicks off Feb. 27th, focuses on sharing ways leading brands are overcoming the industry’s biggest challenges and shaping the future of restaurants AUSTIN, Texas, and ATLANTA, Georgia

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Interactive Return to Work Guide

What is the Return to Work Program? Would you like to learn what is in it for you? If so, click yes! YES If you would like a high altitude

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Employers: You do not have an injured worker.

You answered NO, you DO NOT have an injured worker in your organization. Congratulations on your safety record! BACK  

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JOB BOARD: Small employers can get big-company tools

By Chad Pearson, Employment Security Department  Sometimes, being a small employer is tough. You’re sweeping floors one minute and reviewing resumes the next. It can feel overwhelming.  The good news is: You’re not on your own when it comes