Small businesses (including hotels) are often sitting ducks for money-hunters seeking awards or settlements. Some may be real, others bogus, but all are costly in terms of time, legal fees, and payouts (if the business loses or settles). Knowing the problem spots can help you devise strategies for avoiding trouble.
Here are the key problem areas and some ideas for staying out of trouble.
Dr. John Hogan, CHE CHA CMHS CHO
This is a non-traditional commissioned year-end column, in that is not a prediction of trends nor is it a list of New Year’s resolutions. I felt honored to have been asked by the editor of one of the world’s best known online publications to consider and share my thoughts on what we want to see more in the new year. I expanded it to include what we want and need in the coming year, which is reflected in the title that asks if hospitality is still the industry that motivates entrepreneurs.
Ineffective meetings are frustrating, time wasters and often demoralizing. The following is "A Bakers Dozen” of Strategies for using organized team or staff meetings with more dynamic and successful results