Week of August 26, 2019
In the middle of August, the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) published a Notice of Proposed Rulemaking to amend Part 103 of the NLRB's Rules and Regulations.
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Vegas Is Getting a Millennial Makeover
Of all the ways to burn through cash in Las Vegas, zip lining 12 stories above the throngs at the outdoor mall known as LINQ Promenade may be the most thrilling.
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Top 10 Hotel Budget Review Tips
You see, the game of budgets in most hotel companies where the corporate or regional master needs to approve the plan before it is presented to the owner, is a game of under-promise now and hopefully over-deliver next year.
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The Brand Dilemma in Luxury Hospitality
How does a brand keep its integrity and DNA in this time of mergers and acquisitions? It is interesting to look at what is happening with all these brands that transact…
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ROI Hard to Calculate as Loyalty Evolves
Balancing the financial benefits of brand loyalty programs can be a difficult prospect, and it’s even harder to quantify how much true loyalty they inspire, according to sources.
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How Allina Health Is Boosting Nurse Retention Rates
Burnout is a growing problem among U.S. nurses, with over half reporting symptoms of poor physical and mental health, according to a 2018 study published in the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine.
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J&J Liable for Opioid Crisis in Oklahoma: 9 Things to Know
An Oklahoma judge ruled Aug. 26 that Johnson & Johnson was liable for fueling the opioid epidemic in the state and ordered the drug maker to pay $572 million, according to The New York Times.
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Americans Largely Don't Trust Payers, Providers to Secure Their Health Data
The American public reports a distinct distrust of healthcare institutions to keep their personal data safe, likely due to prior large-scale data breaches, according to a new survey by the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health in tandem with POLITICO.
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What to Expect on Pending Healthcare Legislation When Congress Returns from Recess
When the House and Senate return from summer recess, surprise billing, drug pricing, and the so-called Cadillac tax are among the key healthcare issues that Congress wants to address.
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Survey: What Employees Want Most from Their Workspaces
In an effort to support a healthier and more productive workforce, employers across the country are expected to spend an average of $3.6 million on wellness programs in 2019. Think onsite gyms. Standing desks. Meditation rooms.
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HSAs: Moving from Spending to Saving to Strategizing
Employers have made a big push in recent years to encourage employees to adopt high-deductible health plans (HDHP), incentivizing the switch with employer contributions to a health savings account (HSA).
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Do You Have These 3 Traits That Attract Top Talent?
When you’re looking to hire talent, you may assess candidates on their skills, traits, and personalities, but in a candidate-driven market, the tables have turned, and candidates are now assessing you!
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6 Expectations Millennials Have for Their Healthcare
You may have seen recent news headlines proclaiming that millennials are killing napkins. Or that they’re ending plastic drinking straws, the beer industry or even home ownership.
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