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Hawaii Hotel Benefits from Cultural Immersion

Hawaii Hotel Benefits from Cultural Immersion

In Hawaii, with its abundance of lodging, it might seem outrageous for one particular property to boast that it is “Hawaii’s Most Hawaiian Hotel.” But no hoteliers appear to be approaching Mike White, general manager of Maui’s Kaanapali Beach Hotel, ...

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Healthy Owner-Manager Relationships Propel Growth

Healthy Owner-Manager Relationships Propel Growth

When a hotel owner puts a property in the hands of an operator, cultivating a positive working relationship is vital to the performance and long-term success of the asset. But it isn’t always easy to achieve a balance that’s equitable ...

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Michael Doyle Shares Asset Management Strategy

Michael Doyle Shares Asset Management Strategy

If Michael Doyle had scored just a few more goals or blocked a few more pucks while playing hockey at Cornell University, hotel asset management might be missing one of its more notable practitioners and industry proponents. A die-hard hockey ...

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Preventing Housekeeper Back Injuries

Preventing Housekeeper Back Injuries

Preventing back injuries is a major workplace safety challenge. If employees follow proper lifting techniques, the risk of on-the-job lower-back injuries can be avoided or minimized: Tuck your pelvis. This will tighten the stomach muscles and keep the back straight ...

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