Lodging giants come together to push sustainability

A newly formed group called HARP is aiming to accelerate the adoption of best practices. Members include Marriott, Hilton and Radisson.


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Both companies say market conditions are complicated by the particulars.

The front- and back-of-house employees are part of what their union representatives say is the area's largest walkout in decades, with 15,000 workers involved.

About 1,500 will work in the lodging giant's U.S. hotels, while another 1,500 will be recruited in Europe.

The delivery service has streamlined the ordering process for guests of the 500-unit Hilton-run chain.

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The prevailing wage is $23 an hour, plus sweetened benefits and greater scheduling flexibility.

The alumnus of Lettuce Entertain You and Bartolotta Restaurants has been given the mission of upgrading the lodging operator's foodservice operations.

About 91% of the properties in the U.S. said they couldn't fill vacant jobs last month, according to the AH&LA. A typical hotel was short more than 10 people.

As hotel restaurants and bars bounce back from the pandemic, F&B teams are changing the guest experience in step with changing expectations.

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