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    MARRIOTT TO GET RID OF SMALL PLASTIC TOILETRIES IN ALL ITS HOTELS BY NEXT YEAR

    February 18, 2020

    Independent – Independent.co.uk – Cathy Adams at Cathman Marriott will get rid of single-use toiletries from its guestrooms by next December, representing the latest hotel brand to ditch plastic amenities. The hotel chain will replace single-use bottles of shampoo, conditioner and shower gel with bulk-size pump-topped bottles at most of its hotels by the end of 2020. The [...]

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    Hotel Preventive Maintenance: Focus Areas

    HospitalityNet – 23 February 2018 – by Lillian Connors One of the most important tasks of the hotel maintenance department is to cut the overall expenses by protecting its assets – building, equipment and supplies, through preventive maintenance measures. These measures are not restricted only to maintenance crews…READ MORE

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    Cameras found in hotel rooms of Madison students on a school trip

    December 16, 2019

    ISTHMUS by Dylan Brogan December 12, 2019 Madison East High students found several hidden cameras in their hotel rooms while attending a recent school-sponsored conference in Minneapolis… READ MORE

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    Strategies for Engaging the Maintenance Workforce

    November 28, 2019

    FacilitiesNet – By Laurie A. Gilmer, P.E. Engaged technicians can help managers revamp a department’s image and drive an organization’s success. Facility managers have a few strategies they can use to engage their departments’ supervisors and front-line technicians: The vision-mission link. Connect the vision of the organization to the mission of the facilities department. Help the [...]

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    “Robot Rooms”: How Guests Use and Perceive Hotel Robots

    HOSPITALITY NET By Rohit Verma and Lina Zhong Robot-assisted hotel services get generally high marks in a study of guests at 88 hotels in China. Guests reported making fairly frequent use of the robots, primarily for such relatively simple functions as turning on the lights and turning off the TV. Chief problems occur when the robot cannot recognize [...]

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