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Minimum wage increase-July 1

  In the last legislative session, legislators passed a progressive minimum wage schedule for increases. The first of four increases is scheduled to commence on July 1st. Read more.

Westnet becomes sponsor of NHLA newsletter and website

  NHLA would like to thank Westnet for being a sponsor of the Hospitality Headliner and the website for a 4-week period. Learn more about Westnet. Interested in becoming a sponsor and reaching a large hospitality industry audience? Check it out.

NHLA hosts Virtual Interviewing webinar

  NHLA will host an informative webinar, Making the Most of your Virtual Interview, on July 21 at 10:00 a.m. In today's world, future job interviews are highly likely to take place via video conferencing. Be ready. Join this webinar, presented by NHLA member Deborah Thomas-Nininger with DTN Productions, learn valuable tips and tricks for successful virtual interviewing. Register.

Recordkeeping Requirements for OSHA 300 Logs

  Recording of COVID-19 Work-Related Illness Under the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) Recordkeeping Requirements as of May 29, 2020 Version 2.01 can be found here.

COVID-19 and the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act, and Other EEO Laws

  Information About COVID-19 and the ADA, the Rehabilitation Act, and other EEO Laws are available on the EEOC website.

2020 Tech Apps for Event Professionals

  NHLA partner, TISOH, is hosting a webinar on June 29 discussing the various tech apps for event professionals. We are living in an uncertain environment led by technology. Here is the chance to learn more about options to ensure you are running your business efficiently and effectively. Register now.

NHLA endorses and supports SafeStay program

  The American Hotel and Lodging Association developed a SafeStay program which is a comprehensive guide to reopening and maintaining clean, safe hotels. NHLA has supported the program since its inception and continues to do so. Members are highly encouraged to read through the guidelines.

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