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Learn about your responsibility as a hotelier under the new national healthcare act.
Learn more about the accommodations that you have to make for an employee who just informed you that she is pregnant.
We often receive calls from lodging operators inquiring about the laws and regulations pertaining to employing youths as part-time workers. Download this guide to learn more.
THLA receives a great deal of questions from lodging operators regarding minimum wage and overtime for employees. Download this Q&A which addresses the most common questions we receive.
Federal and state law presumes an individual is an employee rather than an independent contractor. Use this guide to find out which factors the courts have held to be determinative to overcome this presumption.
Download this guide of important questions to avoid the next time you are conducting an interview.
In 2014, the IRS began enforcing new rules for automatic gratuities added to guests' bills for food service. This article can help ensure that you are following the proper guidelines.
THLA receives a great deal of questions from lodging operators regarding minimum wage and overtime for employees. This Q&A addresses the most common questions we receive.
This sample letter can be a valuable resource when extending an offer to someone.
Hotels often want to have a social media policy for their employee. Having such a policy is a good idea, but employers must be careful to when implementing a policy, as certain employee activity is legally protected.
Find out what rights employers have to set standards for appropriate workplace dress codes.
Print and post this document so that your employees are aware of your firearm policy.
THLA maintains an up-to-date ZIP file of necessary employment law posters.