You can help worthy hospitality students achieve their dream to complete their education and become a professional hotelier. Donate cash or a hotel stay to our online auction on the popular auction site, www.biddingforgood.com which generates 2.2 million visitors per year. Your donation will assist a hard-working student and promote your property to a new audience.
Executive Order N-09-21 permitted the revised ETS to take effect the same day. Cal/OSHA has developed and posted FAQs that highlight the changes between the original November 30, 2020 ETS and the revised ETS, including updates on compliance and enforcement, and updated the main set of COVID-19 Emergency Temporary Standards FAQs that reflect the requirements of the June 17, 2021 ETS.
Find Local COVID-19 Information on These California Travel Sites
Connect with these regional resources for key contact information as well as the latest coronavirus-related updates.
Darren Cole of Booking.com spoke at the June 19th “Ask the Experts” Conference Call about strategies and campaigns to boost hotel revenues during the reopening phase. Due to the depth and comprehensive nature of his talk, Darren has offered to provide this information to our CLIAlert audience with a concise downloadable presentation.
“We want to thank Darren Cole and Booking.com for sharing this invaluable roadmap for rebuilding hotel occupancy and ADR during this catastrophic downturn experienced by hotels” says Pravin Pranav, CLIA President. “In times like this, it is heartwarming to see the generosity of all segments of the lodging industry.”
Hotel Owners and Operators, we know these are challenging times. We are here to help you navigate through this landscape. Please e-mail our COVID-19 Industry Experts to help answer some of your questions.
The Governor’s Office and GO-Biz have compiled guidance from California Agencies and Departments for use by California employers and employees as it relates to Coronavirus (COVID-19). Many of your concerns can be found here:
A dynamic, growing organization committed to serving California’s lodging owners and their management teams. Based in Sacramento, the State Capitol, CLIA is the recognized lodging advocacy leader. Focused exclusively on California, CLIA works in concert with other leading hospitality and business groups to support and protect California’s $95 billion tourism industry, through responsible advocacy. In addition, CLIA continually provides education and training to improve profitability and performance. CLIA is an organization you can count on to get answers, and a productive place to network.
CLIA – Serving Lodging Owners and Their Management Teams
“The mission of the California Lodging Industry Association is to promote, protect and advance the interests of lodging owners and their management teams statewide, and to provide a network of resources to support member efficiency, profitability and professionalism.”