April 2017

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Occupancy was up 5.5 percent in Wisconsin for March 2017. Nearly all market areas saw an increase in occupancy for the month, with the largest increase in Eau Claire/Menomonie. ADR was up 3.0 percent statewide for the month, with the largest increase in La Crosse.

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DATE: Thursday, May 25th

TIME: 12:30 PM – 2:00 PM (Registration opens at 12:15 PM)

LOCATION: Best Western Premier Park Hotel, Madison

PROGRAM: Thinking and Acting like a Leader” presentation by Dr. Lalia Rach.

Established and emerging leaders share one great reality – Leadership is an ongoing activity. There is no end point rather it is a continual work in progress. The best leaders understand that the very act of leading is anchored by one’s path to maturity and self-actualization. Dr. Rach will share genuine ideas and uncommon sense tinged with her special brand of humor as she provides ideas for improving your leadership abilities.

COST: $28 per person

Speaker Profile:Dr. Lalia Rach

Dr. Rach is a successful entrepreneur, educator, and leader. A proven innovator, she specializes in assisting managers in advancing their leadership strategies.  Her fresh ideas and uncommon sense on issues of strategy and leadership in the hospitality industry produce insightful thinking advancing the ability of emerging and established executives.

As a professional speaker and experienced moderator, her messages stand above the rest for their relatable honesty and timely nature presented in a practical and entertaining manner.

About Wisconsin Women in Lodging

Mission: To promote and develop women in the hospitality industry to help them grow both personally and professionally through leadership, education, and networking support.

Benefits: Access to the AH&LA WIL searchable directory, invitations to education events with inspirational women speakers, and networking & mentoring opportunities.

Membership: Membership is free for anyone employed at a WH&LA member property. Men wishing to support the mission of WIL may also become a member at no cost, as long as their company is a WH&LA member.

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HOW DO YOUR WAGES & BENEFITS MEASURE UP? SIGN UP FOR LOBBYLIGHTS & FIND OUT TODAY!

The WH&LA is excited to provide access to the premier lodging industry-specific compensation survey as a FREE MEMBER BENEFIT! LobbyLights allows you to create endless, current, personalized wage and compensation reports for FREE while your WH&LA membership remains active! 

What is it? 

Wage and compensation survey results that provide real-time, 24/7 access to the collected data from lodging properties nationwide available to you via survey participation.

Information Includes

  • Competitive Wages
  • Room Attendant Incentives
  • Employee Screening Policies
  • Medical, Dental & Health Benefits Provided
  • PTO & Sick Days Allowances
  • Certification Opportunities
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • Other Provisions

How often can I view my results and how long is the viewing period?

Results are available online 24/7 from your LobbyLights account. Participation grows on a continual basis, so we encourage you to log in often to view the latest survey results. Create endless, current, personalized reports while your WH&LA membership remains active.

Who can see my property data?

Your property’s data is blind to every participant except you. Property specific indicators are removed to maintain anonymity and privacy. Review their privacy policy for more details.

How do I sign up?

Register by taking the steps in the email provided by WH&LA. If you still need the information please contact Monica at WH&LA.

Questions? Contact Monica at service@wisconsinlodging.org or call 262/782-2851

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