Preparing for an Aging Hospitality Workforce

The aging American workplace is emerging as a key issue for the hospitality industry.  Recent reports indicate that the population of people over 65 is expected to increase to 21.7% of the population by 2040.  As employee demographics in the hospitality … Continue reading

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Hazardous Walkways Can Lead to Slipping Profit

Slippery floors, steep stairwells and cracked sidewalks are all hazardous to customers and employees and can make your business the target of a lawsuit. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, slips, trips and falls make up a majority of … Continue reading

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One Slip is All It Takes

Slips, trips and falls are near the top of the real estate general liability risk list. From a shopping mall to an office building, all building owners and managers must confront this hazard and mitigate the risks of injuries, legal costs and negative publicity from a potential lawsuit.
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Preventing Slips & Falls, Part Two

Building owners and business managers, beware, slip-and-fall accidents top the real estate general liability risk list and come with high costs and negative publicity. Fortunately, these accidents are largely preventable.

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