Waikiki Resort mandates vaccination for workers and guests

A Waikiki resort will be the first in Hawai’i to require proof of COVID-19 vaccination for all employees and guests. From October 15, ‘Alohilani Resort will require its employees, clients and guests to prove that they are fully immunized. The requirement will also apply to the other six Waikiki properties …

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Watch Now: Normal In A Favorable Financial Position Entering The Budget Cycle | Politics

NORMAL – The coronavirus pandemic left city leaders to prepare for a related financial impact last September, but some revenue streams are performing better than expected. A conservative budget with cuts and adjustments, coupled with a better-than-expected economic recovery from COVID-19 shutdowns has put the city in good financial shape …

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Bucks could revise Deer District development plans due to COVID-19

Months after drawing around 100,000 people to the downtown Deer District, the Milwaukee Bucks could overhaul basketball team development plans for sites close to the Fiserv Forum. This reassessment is driven in part by the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the way people live, work and play, said Peter …

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The hotel industry blind to new labor reforms

By Imesh Ranasinghe The Sri Lankan hospitality industry is unaware of the proposed new law to cover workplaces with factory equipment, through which employees of hotels, bakeries and supermarkets will be covered, Sunday morning business learn. This new law is expected to cover areas that are not covered by the …

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UAE to unveil first of 50 major projects tomorrow – News

These 50 ambitious economic and social projects build on the UAE’s success in promoting growth even in the midst of the pandemic. UAE leaders are expected to announce a series of big plans tomorrow – the first of 50 new projects that will usher in the country’s next phase of …

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Column of questions and answers on vocational guidance

Not sure about your career options? Lack of self-confidence ? This Q&A column can help you I am a B.Com student who did not get good grades in class 10. I want to do an MBA but I also want to enter a creative field like fashion or interior design. …

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Love Columbia’s Extra Mile program provides housing for homeless families

A Life That Changed is how Shannon Anderson describes the impact of Love Columbia’s Extra Mile program. The non-profit organization was previously Love Inc. “I moved to Columbia about a year and a half ago,” Anderson said. “The day before my new job, my accommodation failed. She was moving from …

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Hotels force evacuees to honor match-day reservations

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WTXL) – Before Hurricane Ida ravaged parts of Louisiana, local hotels like Wyndham Garden were busy reserving rooms for this weekend’s home game at FSU. While some evacuees may not have planned where to go next, they tell ABC27 they must be out by Friday. We spoke with …

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Aggieland hotels brace for influx of visitors ahead of first football match

BRYAN, TX (KBTX) – Bryan and College Station hotels gear up for a fan rush this weekend as Texas A&M kick off their first home football game of the season. This increase in the number of visitors is something exciting for hotel managers, after the hospitality industry was hit hard …

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As dining on site is still banned, the hotel industry is experiencing no revival – The New Indian Express

Express news service KOCHI: The state’s hospitality industry continues to suffer huge losses as on-site dining ban wiped out more than 60% of its business, forcing many hotel owners to turn to other means of subsistence. While the government has opened up most other areas, hoteliers said their calls to …

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