Take-Aways from the Cornell HR in Hospitality Conference

I just returned (and yes, detoxed) from the Cornell HR in Hospitality Conference in Las Vegas. I presented on wage-and-hour issues at the FLSA Unconference, and participated in a roundtable where attendees were able to “ask the attorney” all of their burning legal questions.  I also attended a bunch of terrific sessions to gain insight into the most salient topics facing hospitality employers in 2019. Here are some take-aways that I found particularly meaningful (and helpful), so I thought I would share: Recruiting and retention are big issues everywhere; one progressive company markets to prospective employees by sending them brand-based messages and gifts periodically (such as a donation to an environmental cause on their behalf in celebration of Earth Day) Another innovative company has the following questions on its career page: Don’t see a position you are interested in? We always want to meet new talent. Contact us at XXX to let us know…

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