Labor law is about to change. This live webinar brings together two former National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) members — a Democrat and a Republican — as well as the former dean of Cornell’s ILR School for a conversation about the future of the NLRB and how labor law might evolve during the Biden administration. Brought to you by the Cornell Center for Innovative Hospitality Labor and Employment Relations (CIHLER).
America is blessed with a diverse culinary tradition, but many people of color have felt excluded from the food community. In this special session, four BIPOC chefs who have made indelible marks on the food industry will reflect on their personal stories along with the challenges and barriers they have overcome.
Data through January 30 shows the Middle East maintaining hotel occupancy above 50%, China lower amid seasonality and some new restrictions, the U.S. flattened at around 40% and Europe still in lockdown.
In the U.S., more than a third of hotels reported occupancy above 50%, which was the most in the past 10 weeks.