Week of August 5, 2019
Most HR departments miss an opportunity when it comes to measuring and reporting turnover. The goal of any HR metric is to provide information on how to improve the measured item. As Peter Drucker said, “what gets measured gets done.” 
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How Room Selection \Software Entices Room Upgrades
Hotel customers are smarter than ever. They know how to bargain and, especially if they are reaching you through a third-party website, they’re most likely only considering your bottom rung product.
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A Test Best for Hospitality Innovation
On my recent business travels in the United States, I decided to experience three types of hotels: a new brand focused around sustainability in South Beach, Florida, a boutique in New York City and a mega resort in Las Vegas. I have concluded that the U.S. is in need of more real-world hospitality training.
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Turn Today's Top Direct Booking Trends into Smart Conversion Strategies for Your Hotel
Ready to turn the latest direct booking trends into winning conversion strategies? Then the following post is for you.
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Creating Localized Content That Guests Will Actually Use
Personalized experiences are highly sought after by travelers. In an Epsilon research survey, 87 percent of respondents said they are more likely to do business with travel sites that offer tailored recommendations.
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CMS' Final Inpatient Payment Rule for 2020: 8 Things to Know
CMS released its annual Inpatient Prospective Payment System final rule Aug. 2, which includes changes to the hospital wage index and raises Medicare payment rates for acute care hospitals.
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Gun Injuries Are Increasingly Viewed as a Public Health Threat. Experts Weigh In on What Hospitals Can Do
Just hours after hearing the news of a mass shooting at an El Paso, Texas, shopping center last Saturday, Lucas Neff, M.D., found himself racing to the Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center.
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Telehealth Use Jumps at Inpatient Settings
The use of telehealth services has surged in inpatient settings but remains relatively flat for outpatient locations, according to a pair of surveys released Tuesday by data and analytics company Definitive Healthcare.
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Professional Coaching Eases Physician Burnout in Pilot Study
Professional coaching could help reduce emotional exhaustion and burnout symptoms among physicians, a study published in JAMA Internal Medicine found.
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You Should Think More about How You Onboard Your Newest Hires
Most hiring managers want new recruits to be comfortable in their role, to be productive and motivated, and to feel confident that they’ve made the right choice in accepting this job.
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Bill Gates Says You Must Offer This Perk If You Want to Hire the Best People
Recruiting talent over the next decade will be challenging for many companies. As the work demographic continues to shift and technology advances at breakneck speed, traditional brick-and-mortar companies will be challenged to recruit and retain the best talent available.
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5 Ways to Step Up and Become a Moral Leader (When No One Else Will)
Moral leadership is providing values or meaning for people to live by, inspiration to act and motivation to hold oneself accountable. When you don’t see someone stepping up to provide purpose and doing what is best for the greater good, step up.
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5 Best, 5 Worst States for Health Care
With health care taking up an increasingly large segment of people’s budgets—whether covered by health insurance or not—some states definitely do better by their residents than others.
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