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Weekly Update – Second Week of 2018 Legislative Session: Focus on Tourism

Second Week of 2018 Legislative Session: Focus on Tourism Your Washington Hospitality Association’s State Government Affairs team has been very busy during the second week of the 2018 Legislative Session.

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Eye on Hospitality: The Importance of Hill Climb 2018

By: Nicole Vukonich Hill Climb is more than a day filled with briefing presentations and meetings. Hill Climb is all about making connections with your fellow owners and operators in

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These Doctors Did Not (throw in the towel)

If you would like more information regarding Direct Primary Care options and your association healthcare solutions – click here One of the most profound changes brought about by the Affordable

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Hacking POS Terminal (Fun and Criminal Profit)

If you would like more information regarding your Hospitality Association member benefits and POS solutions – click here This summer an employee at Hewlett-Packard Company (HP), Matt Oh, published a

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Hill Climb 2018 is Jan. 29

On January 29th, we invite you to join us at our annual Hill Climb! This is your chance to get your voice heard by your local lawmakers. Your State Government

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Weekly Update: Book Your Room for Hill Climb 2018 by Tomorrow!

Book Your Room for Hill Climb 2018 by Tomorrow! With Hill Climb 2018 and Taste Our Best coming up soon, it’s time to reserve your hotel room before the room

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Eye on Hospitality: Hotels and Restaurants Hopeful About Tax Reform

By Paul Schlienz Congress just passed the most far reaching tax reform package since 1986, and restaurants and hotels are generally optimistic about its effects on their ability to do

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Avoiding I-9 Form Pitfalls: A Webinar on Immigration Compliance for the Hospitality Industry.

DATE AND TIME Feb. 23, 2018 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM PT LOCATION GoToWebinar In 2018 we expect the current administration to quadruple the number of I-9 investigations for employers.

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What the Doctors Tell Each Other (About Direct Primary Care)

The American Academy of Family Physicians understands that in the undulating landscape of healthcare policy in America, the opportunity to spend more time interacting with patients while also providing ongoing

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Two Minute Video: What you need to know 1/8/18

2018 Legislative session begins and state tourism is a priority; Jobs tax being considered in Seattle to fund homeless issue; Tacoma and Spokane developments.

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Weekly Update: Register for Hill Climb 2018!

TODAY! Register for Hill Climb 2018! There is only 24 days left until Hill Climb 2018 and the Taste Our Best legislative reception! Make sure you reserve your spot today.

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Eye on Hospitality: It’s 2018! Paid Leave, New Minimum Wage are Now in Effect

2017 is now a memory, and 2018 is fresh out of the gate with some substantial changes for employers with a new state paid sick leave program and new minimum wage regulations.

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An economist’s assessment of the hospitality industry 

This week’s article is from Paul Turek, the Washington Employment Security Department’s statewide economist.   For direct access to employment and emoployee candidates visit www.worksourcewa.com  An economist’s assessment of the hospitality industry  As you know, leisure

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What is (Direct Primary Care?)

Direct primary care, sometimes described as concierge care for the masses, is still a relative newcomer to the health system. But despite its currently small footprint, several political and insurance