Tag: coronavirus

Sanitized Practices for Human Resources in a COVID-19 Environment

By Dr. Suzanne Markham Bagnera and Meghan Steinberg The impact that COVID-19 has had on small and large businesses, is something never seen before in more than five generations.  The closure of America has basically placed a halt to business in the hospitality industry.  This has forced many businesses to implement work from home (WFH) strategies. Historical […]

Camping Amidst COVID-19

By Dr. Suzanne Markham Bagnera The current Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic has dismantled the hospitality industry. With increased demands for social distancing, camping could very well be this summer’s best vacation plan. A better understanding of current practices and recommendations for new campgrounds protocols will be addressed. Camping provides many benefits, consider getting outside and enjoying the […]

Evolution or Extinction? Leadership through Innovation in a Time of Crisis

By Dr. Taylor Peyton The spread of the COVID-19 pandemic has been accelerated by congregation and travel.  By “congregation,” I mean humans gathering to interact in shared, physical space, and, by “travel” I mean that customers traditionally go to a hospitality business to receive their desired service.  Our industry has historically depended on both congregation and […]

Tweets, Hospitality, and the Coronavirus

Picture sources: Atlanticcouncil.org ; Twitter By Dr. Sean Jung & Dr. Mark Legg A few weeks back on March 11, 2020, the U.S. federal government signed a proclamation on restricting immigrants and nonimmigrants from the European Schengen Area who pose a risk of transmitting the Coronavirus. The proclamation became effective two days later on March 13, […]