The new season of Traliant’s award-winning Preventing Discrimination & Harassment for Hotels training is now available! Updated with new content, actors, videos and images, the new season ensures employees remain engaged and don’t have to repeat the same course year after year.
Highlights of what’s new this season:
- Fresh images and videos throughout, including new host and video scenarios.
- Streamlined course structure for employees and managers that prioritizes behavior change and actionable content.
- After learners complete automatically assigned state-specific training, they can easily view other state requirements via an interactive map.
- Simplified state reporting and guidelines module that is incredibly helpful for managers with employees in multiple states. Managers can quickly find information on local definitions of harassment, procedures for filing sexual harassment complaints, remedies for victims of harassment, personal liability, and other information.
The new season of Preventing Discrimination & Harassment training is compliant with federal, state and city regulations, including CA, CT, DE, IL, Chicago, ME, NY, NYC and WA state.
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.”
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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.
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