Governor Kim Reynolds and Senator Joni Ernst are partnering the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) and the Asian American Hotel Owners Association (AAHOA) to raise awareness across the state for a unified approach to combatting human trafficking. As part of this effort, they will join the hotel industry for a human trafficking prevention training session with hotel employees at the Holiday Inn Mercy Campus in Des Moines.
The American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) today commended Governor Pritzker for signing the Hotel and Casino Employee Safety Act included in SB0075 the Workforce Transparency Act, which includes anti-sexual harassment policies and provides employee safety devices to hotel associates.
Student membership brings new opportunities to experience the industry
As part of the hotel industrys ongoing commitment to combat human trafficking, today the American Hotel and Lodging Association (AHLA) launched a public service announcement (PSA) raising awareness about the No Room for Trafficking Campaign, which unites the industry around a single, comprehensive approach to fight human trafficking.
'No Room for Trafficking' Aims to Train Every Employee in the Industry
The international association has established a local member group of hospitality finance and technology professionals for networking and educational opportunities
Proposed Rule Would Provide Clarity, Certainty to Businesses
The following is a statement from American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) president and CEO Chip Rogers in response to this bill.
New Partnership will Implement Workforce Development Initiatives Targeting Military Spouses
The hotel industry marked a significant victory last December when the Washington State Court of Appeals ruled in our favor and invalidated Seattle Initiative 124 (I-124), a ballot measure mandating employee panic buttons and including a series of complicated workforce rules and discriminatory blacklisting provisions. The City of Seattle appealed the decision, and this week the Washington Supreme Court agreed to hear the case, with an outcome expected later this year.