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New guidance on tips, gratuities & service charges

New guidance on tips, gratuities & service charges

JAMES SIKORA Landerholm In recent years, employers have faced increased litigation, government enforcement and regulatory activity related to tips, gratuities and service charges. This trend continued with the Washington State Department of Labor and Industries’ (LI) issuance of a new administrative policy, effective March 6, 2019, on tips, gratuities and ...

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UAE Outbound Tourism Market is predicted to surpass US$ 24 Billion by 2025

UAE Outbound Tourism Market is predicted to surpass US$ 24 Billion by 2025

United-Arab-Emirates-outbound–tourism-market Access full Research: www.renub.com/united-arab-emirates-outbound–tourism-marke Get Free Customization in This Report United Arab Emirates (UAE) outbound tourism market has observed a significant increase in recent years with a small population base. Due to increasing globalization; UAE outbound tourism is playing an important role in shaping the global outbound tourism market. ...

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African drum festival aims to put Nigeria on world tourism map

African drum festival aims to put Nigeria on world tourism map

Ademola Olonilua and Timileyin Akinkahunsi The recently concluded African Drum Festival in Ogun State showcased the rich cultural heritage of the different ethnic groups in Nigeria through dance, exhibitions, music, and drums. The annual event, which is in its fourth edition, witnessed visitors from Africa as well as places like ...

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Most of Anchorage’s tourism infrastructure is open

Most of Anchorage's tourism infrastructure is open

Anchorage-area businesses and residents are in recovery mode, four days after a 7.0-magnitude earthquake struck 7 miles north of Alaska’s largest city. No deaths were reported in the quake, which took place at 8:29 a.m. on Nov. 30. While the earthquake shook structures as far away as Fairbanks and the ...

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How Amirah Kassem Went From Fashion to Sprinkle Explosion Cakes

How Amirah Kassem Went From Fashion to Sprinkle Explosion Cakes

In Entrepreneurs Run the World, we get advice and insight from game-changing entrepreneurs with big ideas. This week we talked to Amirah Kassem, owner and founder of Flour Shop bakery in New York. “I remember just standing there all day, creating this pattern with MM’s,” Amirah Kassem tells me, laughing. ...

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Some US National Parks Reopen After Partial Shutdown Dilemma

Some US National Parks Reopen After Partial Shutdown Dilemma

On Friday, President Donald Trump signed a short-term deal to end the partial government shutdown, which negatively impacted some U.S. national parks for 35 days, Gizmodo reported. The shutdown caused some U.S. national parks to experience unsanitary facilities and garbage pollution, because there were limited employees available to clean and ...

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DogSpot To Install 2 Doghouses Near Port Washington Stop & Shop

DogSpot To Install 2 Doghouses Near Port Washington Stop & Shop

PORT WASHINGTON, NY–Starting June 6, Port Washington dog-owners can bring their four-legged friends on grocery runs. The Stop Shop at 65 Shore Road is teaming up with DogSpot, a Brooklyn-based start-up, as part of a three-month pilot period. DogSpot houses are lockable, self-sanitizing, camera-monitored, and temperature-controlled doghouses that are meant ...

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