The Great Opportunity: How the Hospitality Industry Can Battle “The Great Resignation”

Written by: Sheheryar Javaid This article will not touch on the impact “The Great Resignation” has had on the hospitality industry, as we are well aware ⁠— the focus will instead be on what actions we can take to battle…

Doing the Math: Keep Your Club Employees With More Than Just a Pay Raise

Sometimes, all it takes is a little bit of math to solve a problem. And math is certainly a factor when considering the great exodus of employees from the hospitality industry and others that has been at the top of…

HR Training in the Time of COVID: Commit to a Meaningful Cultural Change

Written by: John Reyna, J.D., LL.M. | HFTP 2021 Annual Convention Guest Blogger If you happened to read my pre-event blog post, then you already know about my excitement to attend Phillip R. Maltin’s presentation about “Solving the Mystery of Employment…

What If? Three Strategic Shifts in Labor Could Be the Answer

Written by Arlene Ramirez, MBA, CHAE, CHE, CHIA “It didn’t take guts to follow the crowd — that courage and intelligence lay in being willing to be different.” – Jackie Robinson Today many hoteliers have pondered many ideas to adjust…

Vacation Time: You’ve Earned It, So Why Not Take It?

By Sunny Wang When was the last time you took a vacation? Let me rephrase that. When was the last time you took a vacation without thinking about work or checking work emails? I would not be surprised if some…

Does Flexible Working Lead to Better Productivity?

Love it or hate it, I am pretty sure you have heard of the concept of “flexible working.” Ever since people first realized they do not have to work like a machine, screwing in everything that is shaped like a…

Millennials Reveal What they are Looking for in a Workplace

As a hospitality student, and a millennial, I frequently hear discussions about how millennials behave. It is indeed intriguing, and somewhat entertaining, to see the labels being placed upon millennials when you are one of the subjects being studied. But…

Facts about Service Animals in the Hospitality Industry

Horses, and ducks and monkeys! Oh, my! We are approaching one of the craziest travel seasons of the year, and you could very well be sitting next to a miniature horse, duck or monkey if you are traveling on an…

H-1B Visa Filing

Don’t Miss the Looming Deadline, Preparing for April 1st H-1B Visa Filings

For further details on H-1B visa filings and other work visa options, attend Pabian’s ProLinks webinar on Tuesday, February 3, 2015, 2:00 – 3:00 p.m. CST. A longer version of this article can be found in the Winter 2015 issue…

Adding Diversity and Taking the Scare out of the Visa Process in the Club and Hospitality Industries

As someone that often speaks about visas and U.S. Lawful Permanent Residency (green cards), there are two common looks that I see in the audience when I start my presentations – a look of dread that the presentation will be…