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September 23, 2020
Where Hotels & Hospitality Across CA Stand
From Demand-Driven Design Changes To Revised RevPar Projections & Much More!

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Extension of Job-Protected Family Leave in California

September 17, 2020 - If you are a small/mid-size California employer with less than 50 employees, Governor Newsom just signed a bill into law that requires you to provide job-protected leave to your employees.  

Under SB1383, California employers with just five or more employees will be required to provide job-protected leave not only for employees to bond with a newborn, but also to care for a seriously ill family member, address a military exigency, and care for their own illness. 

By Larry Mogelonsky of www.hotelmogel.com

Once the greenlight was given, all businesses looked to reopen as quickly as possible after the lockdown. This has resulted in countless slapdash efforts for achieving the minimum of viral safety compliance, with most structural upgrades meant as only temporary installations and most of them particularly garish at that.

As is becoming increasingly apparent, though, COVID-19 is here to stay and thus so too are the new measures that have been put in place.

Survey: 74% of Hotels Will Lay Off More Employees Without Further Aid

WASHINGTON —As devastated industries wait for Congress to pass another round of COVID-19 recovery legislation, a new survey of American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) members shows that the hotel industry remains on the brink of collapse because of the pandemic.

Pandemic changing how brands work with owners in renos

The pandemic is adding extra challenges to hotel renovations and repositioning projects, so brands are becoming more flexible as they work with owners.
Renovations are part of the normal life cycle of a hotel, but this year has been anything but, which means additional challenges for hoteliers trying to refresh their properties.

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