That number is in addition to nearly 100,000 Marriott workers, who have completed the training, “Your Role In Preventing Human Trafficking: Recognize the Signs” in 2020.
AHLA reports find that while travel is starting to return, the hotel industry’s road to recovery from the pandemic is long and uneven.
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The new data shows urban hotels are still in a “depression” cycle while the overall U.S. hotel industry remains in a “recession.”
Calculating per diem rates using 2020 data would lead to an artificially low rate that would only exacerbate the economic crisis facing hoteliers.
Hotel industry supports vaccinated employees being given the choice whether to continue wearing face coverings, in accordance with state and local laws.
AHLA will be following the tax and workforce proposals in these plans closely to assess their impact on the lodging industry.
The bill provides a lifeline to hotel workers, providing the assistance they need to survive until travel returns to pre-pandemic levels.