Cash Shortfalls: How to Mitigate the Effects of Coronavirus on Your Organization's Financial Health

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 30 Mar

A post on the Health Law Advisor blog will be of interest to many of our readers: “Coronavirus and Cash Shortfalls – What Can You Do to Mitigate the

Senate Coronavirus Aid Bill

Milestone Insights · 27 Mar

The US Senate and House passed a massive aid bill, S. 3548, The Corona Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, to shore up the economy and pr

STR: Hotels In Europe Should Still Plan For Demand This Summer

Duetto Research Blog · 26 Mar

For hotels in Europe, we’ve hit rock bottom, but that means the only way is up, right? The STR EMEA update webinar, hosted earlier today by Robin Ros

COVID-19 Hotel Management Plan
COVID-19 Hotel Management Plan

hotelguru.com · 25 Mar

A response and solution to surviving the rugged economic downfall. As a seasoned hotelier of over 40 years, I have worked through five previous reces

Amadeus plans for EUR300M cost-cutting program as coronavirus slams aviation

PhocusWire · 25 Mar

Amadeus is reducing costs and capital expenditure by €300 million due to the impact of COVID-19 on the airline sector.

Could addiction to debt come back to haunt some online travel companies?

PhocusWire · 25 Mar

Online travel corporations are attempting to lessen the financial blow of the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic by resorting to a host of cost-cutting me

Businesses May Have Insurance That Could Lessen the Economic Impact of COVID-19

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 23 Mar

The COVID-19 pandemic has leveled a blow against businesses everywhere. The Governors of New York, California, Illinois, and Pennsylvania, for exampl

How is coronavirus impacting hotel booking lead times?
How is coronavirus impacting hotel booking lead times?

Triptease Blog · 23 Mar

Despite the global increase in nationwide lockdowns and inbound travel restrictions, some demand for hotel rooms still remains. And while there is no

Guiding Your Board Through an Economic Downturn
Guiding Your Board Through an Economic Downturn

Club Benchmarking · 20 Mar

Prior to joining Club Benchmarking as CEO in 2017, I enjoyed a wonderful career in club management that began in 1984. Along the way I had the benefi

Colorado Provides Further Guidance on Mandatory Paid Leave for COVID-19 Testing
Colorado Provides Further Guidance on Mandatory Paid Leave for COVID-19 Testing

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 20 Mar

As we explained in an earlier post, the Colorado Department of Labor and Employment ("DLE") has issued new Health Emergency Leave with Pay ("HELP") R

D.C. Passes Emergency Legislation to Provide Additional Benefits to Employees in Response to Coronavirus Pandemic and to Provide Business Relief
D.C. Passes Emergency Legislation to Provide Additional Benefits to Employees in Response to Coronavirus Pandemic and to Provide Business Relief

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 20 Mar

On March 17, 2020, the District of Columbia passed the COVID-19 Response Emergency Amendment Act of 2020 (the "Act"), which extends additional benefi

Sabre makes $200M in cuts to offset coronavirus impact

PhocusWire · 20 Mar

The cuts range from offering voluntary unpaid leave, severance and early retirement to staff across the world to scaling back its third-party contrac

What happens to travel startup funding during an economic downturn?

PhocusWire · 19 Mar

During an economic downturn, startups should go back to basics and focus on positive unit economics.

Hotel Asset Management During A Crisis
Hotel Asset Management During A Crisis

Duetto Research Blog · 18 Mar

As the Coronavirus pandemic continues to pick up speed in terms of spreading, it is difficult to even begin to estimate its full impact on the world-

Employers with a Unionized Workforce: Coronavirus Considerations
Employers with a Unionized Workforce: Coronavirus Considerations

Hospitality Labor and Employment Law Blog · 17 Mar

A post on the Management Memo blog will be of interest to many of our readers: 'Coronavirus Considerations for Employers with a Unionized Workforce,'

Explore HFTP's Online Information Sources During Social Distancing

HFTP Connect · 17 Mar

Each day, new recommendations from the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States

What Nervous Travel Startup Investors and Founders Should Watch for Next

skift.com - Digital · 17 Mar

From short-term rentals to tours and activities to corporate travel, here are pockets of the travel tech startup sector to follow closely in the week

How Internal Fraud Could Hit Your Loyalty Program: What to Look Out For

HFTP Connect · 12 Mar

From airlines to zoos, organizations continue to strategically leverage rewards and loyalty programs to win over and retain customers. There are many

HFTP Foundation Seeks Input for 2020 Compensation and Benefits Report

HFTP Connect · 10 Mar

As it has done every other year for the past 30 years, the HFTP Americas Research Center, overseen by the HFTP Foundation, will produce a new biennia

Strategic Coronavirus Operational Planning
Strategic Coronavirus Operational Planning

Larry Mogelonsky · 9 Mar

The newsregarding this virus is omnipresent. It has impacted travel throughout theworld, for which nearly every hotel will feel the effect. Stemming

California Hotel & Lodging Industry (CHLA) Advocacy Summary 2019
California Hotel & Lodging Industry (CHLA) Advocacy Summary 2019

hotelguru.com · 6 Mar

2019 was defined by labor and the environment. The California legislature and Governor Newsom signaled a strong shift in favor of organized labor whe

The First Thing Hoteliers Should Do About Coronavirus? Take a Deep Breath!
The First Thing Hoteliers Should Do About Coronavirus? Take a Deep Breath!

Revinate Blog - Key Trends in Hospitality · 5 Mar

It's easy to feel anxious given the rapid progress the virus has made, but the first thing you should do is take a deep breath. Hospitality is about

Why QuickBooks Doesn't Scale for Hoteliers
Why QuickBooks Doesn't Scale for Hoteliers

Inn Flow Blog · 5 Mar

QuickBooks is the household name for entry-level accounting, and it's been the accounting go-to across countless industries for small businesses. But

Hotels Strive to Get Savvier About Forecasting Total Revenue
Hotels Strive to Get Savvier About Forecasting Total Revenue

skift.com - Hotels · 5 Mar

Falling hotel occupancy in the first half of 2020 may prompt property managers and owners to adopt new digital tools that extract more value from the

Hostelworld suffers 9% EBITDA decline in 2019, expects loss due to coronavirus
Hostelworld suffers 9% EBITDA decline in 2019, expects loss due to coronavirus

PhocusWire · 4 Mar

Hostelworld Group reports a 9% decrease in EBITDA to €20.5 million for the full-year in 2019 and estimates an EBITDA loss of €3 million to €4 million

How To Increase Hotel Revenue in Low Season
How To Increase Hotel Revenue in Low Season

Xotels Blog · 4 Mar

Hotel low season revenue has long been considered to simply be an unfortunate fact of the industry. It brings less demand and, therefore, lower reven