Labor and Management Roundtable 2015
The Cornell Institute for Hospitality Labor and Employment Relations (CIHLER) roundtables provide an interactive and engaging meeting place with discussions dedicated to labor and employment topics in the hospitality industry for a small number of invited senior-level executives and faculty. Roundtables typically begin with an opening reception or pre-roundtable session the night prior to the main event. The main session of each roundtable lasts one day and is divided into three to five focused topic sessions, given the relatively small number of attendees, all participants get ample opportunity throughout the day to engage and participate in discussions during the various sessions. Each session typically begins with a short research presentation, open-ended remarks, or other guiding questions offered by the designated moderator. After the initial remarks, one or two other participants are invited to offer their comments to either support, contest, or add to the initial presentation. The conversation is then opened up to all the participants of the roundtable for discussion. Cornell students and faculty members are invited to the opening reception as well as to sit in the audience during the roundtable discussions, and are encouraged to interact with the invited panelists during session breaks.
School of Hotel Administration-Ithaca
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