Over the course of several sessions, the roundtable examined the continuing development of the joint-employer decision, possible changes in the NLRB, and the status of union activity with a new board and new administration. – David S. Sherwyn
By Sandi Mulconry
On the morning of April 14, while most Hotelies were still asleep, 20 students in HADM 4810/ILRLR 4060 – Labor Relations in the Hospitality Industry traveled to New York City to gain a firsthand look at how arbitration plays out in the hotel …
What’s more valuable to a student than learning from the best?
How about learning from the best and accompanying them to major events, where they can hear directly from—and network with—professionals at the forefront of industry?
The School of Hotel Administration (SHA) maintains connections to industry through involvement with major events like the HR in Hospitality Conference and Expo, a three-day symposium that consistently attracts top HR and employment and labor professionals from all sectors of the hospitality industry. What is it that makes this particular conference so significant?
Every industry offers unique implications for HR and employment and labor relations professionals, and hospitality is the world’s largest industry. This is also much of the raison d’être for the Cornell Institute for Hospitality Labor and Employment Relations (CIHLER) within SHA, which routinely sends a faculty delegation to the conference.