Week of September 2, 2019
Many organizations today are focusing on their company’s culture including determining their culture, deciding what it should be, aligning with strategic goals, and transitioning to the desired culture.  
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U.S. Hotel Performance Slows Through 2020
Shifts in the depth and timing of an expected slowdown in the nation’s economy have impacted CBRE Hotels Research’s outlook for the U.S. lodging industry over the next few years. 
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Marriott to Eliminate Single-Use Shower Toiletry Bottles Worldwide
Marriott International is expanding an initiative to replace tiny, single-use toiletry bottles of shampoo, conditioner and bath gel in guestroom showers with larger, pump-topped bottles.
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Four Key Components To Being A Successful Manager In The Hospitality Industry
I believe that if you incorporate these four components into your regiment at work they will have a positive influence on your team and they will help you to achieve your customer service objectives.
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Small Not-For-Profit Hospitals See Biggest Margin Rebound
It's a "very good sign" for the industry that the lower-rated credits performed better, as they tend to be more subject to the whims of the market than higher-rated systems,
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Digital Health – from Hope, Hype, and Halt to Hope, Heal and Health
In the hope that digital health is going to be the game changer, an aura of hype has been created amongst the stakeholders of healthcare industry.
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HIPAA Waiver Issued To 3 States Ahead Of Hurricane Dorian
HHS Secretary Alex Azar issued a limited waiver of HIPAA sanctions and penalties for hospitals and health systems in Florida, Georgia and South Carolina due to Hurricane Dorian, according to the HIPAA Journal.
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Google To Shut Down Hire In 2020
Google announced this week that it's shutting down Google for Hire on Sept. 1, 2020, in order to dedicate its resources to "other products in the Google Cloud portfolio."
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Walmart Wins Gender Discrimination Case, But Court Questions Its Culture
Four female plaintiffs were unable to prove they suffered gender discrimination while working at Walmart, even though a court concluded that "something was indeed rotten within the corporate culture"
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Employers Should Plan Now for New Federal Overtime Rule
The DOL might not give employers more than three or four months between the announcement of the final rule and its effective date to comply,
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