Week of May 20, 2019
It is predicted that Millennials will change the world more than any other generation, as stated in a recent Gallup report. There are roughly 73 million millennials—born between the years of 1980 to 2000. By 2020, millennials will represent 40-50% of the entire workforce.
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The Virtualization of an Amenity: A New Way to Delight Your Guests
Any hospitality professional knows that the modern traveler wants it all - but they also want it delivered in a faster, more efficient, and more attentive manner. As our world continues to change and adapt under the influence of increasingly automated, smart technology, consumer expectations, and trends are shifting in tandem.
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Opportunity Zones: What Hoteliers Need to Know
There’s more to opportunity zones than the tax deferment they offer. Here’s what hoteliers should know before pursuing this program .
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Google's Travel Chief on Future of Digital
In the past year, Google has rolled out multiple hotel products, including a Book on Google tool that allow reservations to be handled directly by the hotel, a translation tool piloted by Hyatt Hotels Corp., and a mobile feature that allows users to track hotel prices over time as well as compare prices with other hotels in the same destination.
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Solving Housekeeper Staffing Issues Through Retraining
The leading housekeeping concern that I keep hearing from hoteliers is staffing. While there has been a lot of noise made of recent about safety alert devices (SADs) and chronic injury prevention, the broader issue is that this department, for most properties outside of the luxury segment, is struggling to cultivate a deep-benched team.
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Providers, Insurers Parse What They Could Support--and What They Won't--In Surprise Billing Solution
While both providers and insurers have found it difficult to agree on a solution to surprise billing, experts on both sides expressed support for banning the practice—thereby forcing insurers and providers to work out payment disputes among themselves—when patients have gone to in-network hospitals.
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150 Top Places to Work in Healthcare
Through its Centers of Excellence program, Walmart partners with health systems that have demonstrated appropriate, high-quality care and outcomes for defined episodes of care.
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Physician Revenues Have Jumped 52% Since 2016
Physician revenue is growing in tandem with utilization, driven in part by an aging population presenting increasingly complex conditions.
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The 16 Health Systems to Which Walmart Sends Employees for Care
Through its Centers of Excellence program, Walmart partners with health systems that have demonstrated appropriate, high-quality care and outcomes for defined episodes of care.
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Why You Shouldn't Discipline Employees for Social Media Posts
Question: To what extent can I use what I find on social media, such as Facebook and Twitter, in disciplining employees? The answer to your question depends on various factors, including the posts’ contents, whether and to what extent they affect your workplace, and how you came to view or learn about them.
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Millennials Say They Lack the Skills Needed for the Future--And That Employers Must Help
Millennials aren't confident they have the skills required to succeed in the future of work, according to a new report from Deloitte.
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Does Your Workplace Spark Joy?
T echnology puts the world at our fingertips—with a click and a swipe, we can have a pizza delivered, book a flight to Japan, or even find a date. But the way we work seems stuck in a time warp.
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Have We Finally Outgrown HR?
The field of human resources has an identity crisis. Where it lands depends on whom you ask.
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