Month-Long Campaign Kicks Off With a Demonstration of Solidarity from AHLAs 2019 Board of Directors
The hotel industry marked a significant victory last December when the Washington State Court of Appeals ruled in our favor and invalidated Seattle Initiative 124 (I-124), a ballot measure mandating employee panic buttons and including a series of complicated workforce rules and discriminatory blacklisting provisions. The City of Seattle appealed the decision, and this week the Washington Supreme Court agreed to hear the case, with an outcome expected later this year.
Executive Vice President of Government Affairs of the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) Brian Crawford issued the following statement in response to the passage of the Violence Against Women Act by the House of Representatives
This publication is a 30-page Staff Alert Device Buyer's Guide which organizes a plethora of questions to consider for companies who may be contemplating solution providers to partner with for the deployment of on-property staff alert technology.