Week of February 27, 2017
The U.S. Department of Justice and the Federal Trade Commission issued joint guidance on October 20, 2016 on how Antitrust Law applies to employee hiring practices and compensation decisions.

Creating the Right Connection for Conversion and Engagement on Social Media

As hoteliers' key audiences spend less time on the Web and more time on their smartphones' social apps, it is crucial for hotels to have a digital engagement strategy that creates meaningful interactions on social channels.

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Six Things t he Indian Hospitality Industry Would Have Done Differently

The impact of creativity and innovation within the hospitality industry knows no bounds. In the current economic climate, hotels and restaurants alike generate, disseminate and use innovation in order to break all of the prevailing records.

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Revenue Management: Capturing Untapped Potential

Industry practitioners and revenue management (RM) educators, meeting recently in Orlando in the U.S., are in agreement: there is a great shortage of well-qualified revenue managers.

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Trump's First Joint Address to Congress: What He Said About Healthcare, In Three Points

President Donald Trump's "message of unity and strength," which he delivered in his first joint address to Congress Tuesday evening, contained an overview of his vision on ACA reform.

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Why Former Tech Execs Are Leaving Google and Twitter to Start Health Care Companies

For many entrepreneurs, the health sector offers an enticing opportunity-with strings attached. It's an estimated $3 trillion market and is still dominated by a cadre of traditional players.

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ACA Aftermath: Four Ways Hospitals Adapted to Regulations

A new report by the Milbank Memorial Fund and the New England States Consortium Systems Organization examines how the Affordable Care Act changed the healthcare regulatory landscape and how hospitals responded.

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How Can HR Combat Workplace Bullying?

Dealing with a bully, whether on the playground or the workplace, can be a traumatic, not to mention energy-sapping, experience. When a bully is present, everyone stays on edge, never knowing when-or who-the bully will strike next.

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Ten Warning Signals a Great Employee is About to Quit

Think you know the signs when someone's about to quit -- having lots of doctor appointments, showing up in a suit, etc.? New research shows...

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Trump's DOL Will Address Overtime Rule by May 1

The federal government has been granted more time to figure out what to do about overtime regulations; a federal appeals court on February 22 granted the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) its second extension in the proceedings, giving it until May 1.

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