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HMSHost is laying off thousands as travel stagnates

The foodservice operator has told at least 3,000 employees in airports around the country that their layoffs could turn permanent in October.


Half the nation’s innkeepers fear foreclosure, survey finds

The canvass by the American Hotel & Lodging Association also found that much of the industry is still out of work.

After a devastating five months, the industry is confronting uncertainty and an acknowledged need to invent new ways of generating revenue, including food and beverage sales.

Food and beverage managers have to balance staffing with uncertain occupancy rates.

The summer vacation season is here, but Americans are sticking close to home.

7 of 10 say they would like to see more stimulus spending aimed specifically at helping the hospitality industry.

To lure guests back to restaurants, bars, catered meetings and overnight stays, hotels are creating strict guidelines and innovative changes.

Many restaurants have suspended their programs, but the service has a history of bouncing back.

The 115,000 employees currently furloughed will remain out of work until the fall, according to the innkeeper. It’s now offering U.S. employees an exit deal.

COVID-19 is taking a huge toll on travel and hotel occupancy.

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