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State of the supply chain (full story)

State of the supply chain part 1: The future is uncertain; certainly not improving overnight This is the complete story (parts one and two) of our two-part conversation with distributors

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Weekly update: Plastic bag ban goes into effect next week

Plastic bag ban goes into effect next week Most single-use plastic bags will be prohibited starting Oct. 1. If you missed last week’s webinar, you can watch a replay here

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Weekly Update: Young workers: What does Generation Z want from a job?

Young workers: What does Generation Z want from a job? Teen employment is hitting record highs, adding to an already tight labor market. Employers need to find creative ways to

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Weekly Update: Eviction moratorium over for hotels and motels

Eviction moratorium ends for lodging operators  Gov. Jay Inslee has ended the eviction moratorium for lodging operators. Starting today, lodging operators may begin the process to remove guests who have

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Weekly Update: Recognize your team with the Stars of Hospitality Awards

Deadline extended: Nominate your stars and recognize the best in hospitality The annual Stars of Hospitality awards nominations are about to close. These awards, hosted by Sysco, are an opportunity

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Labor shortage: Weather the storm through trust and culture

By Anthony Anton, president and CEO, Washington Hospitality Association   I turn 50 this month and have spent almost my entire professional life doing my best to serve an industry

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Let WorkSourceWA and LinkedIn solve your labor shortage

By Chad Pearson, business outreach, Employment Security Department Typically, promoting your business increases the number of reservations at your business. The same thing applies to promoting open positions at your

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Weekly Update: Hospitality Win – Short-Term Rental Bill Survives Cut-Off

Federal Overtime Proposal Released The Department of Labor (DOL) released its rewrite of the Obama administration’s overtime rule, which more than doubled the salary threshold from the current level of

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Hospitality Month 2018 is Here

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE   Gov. Jay Inslee highlights lifelong careers in Hospitality Month 2018 OLYMPIA, May 1, 2018 – Gov. Jay Inslee’s second annual Hospitality Month celebrates the state’s largest

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ESD Job Board Provides Unlimited Free Monster Connected Listings

By Chad Pearson,  Change ‘Help Wanted’ to ‘Help Found’ Good managers and supervisors are important to your success, and finding replacements isn’t always easy. Try using WorkSourceWA.com to fill your

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Weekly Update: It’s Now Legal to Tip Pool with Heart-of-the-House Employees

It’s Now Legal to Tip Pool with Heart-of-the-House Employees On March 23, Congress passed funding legislation that included repealing the tip pool rule that barred certain employers from setting up tip-pooling

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Congressional Win Addresses Labor Shortage

On March 23, Congress passed funding legislation allowing the Secretary of Homeland Security to raise the H-2B visa cap based on economic need after consulting with the Secretary of Labor.

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Hospitality Month 2017 Communications Earn Award

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Media contact: Jillian Henze, senior communications manager, jillianh@wahospitality.org, 360-956-7279 ext. 124 Hospitality Month 2017 Communications Earn Award (OLYMPIA, WASH., March 23, 2017) — A new partnership between

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The Labor Market and Meat Vendors

By Chad Pearson, Business Outreach, Employment Security Department Knowing what’s going on with the labor market is a lot like the relationship with your meat vendor. You don’t need to

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5 New FareStart Restaurants Set For South Lake Union With Help From Amazon

Obviously, Amazon is affecting Seattle in big ways. Less obvious is the impact of FareStart, an organization that has quietly and consistently been influencing our city through social services and quality meals for the past 25 years with the help of longtime supporters—like Amazon. (Seattle Magazine)