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LODGING F&B NEWS
Marriott pledges to hire 3,000 more refugees
About 1,500 will work in the lodging giant's U.S. hotels, while another 1,500 will be recruited in Europe.
Grubhub wants to be the dining option for Homewood Suites guests
The delivery service has streamlined the ordering process for guests of the 500-unit Hilton-run chain.
Q1 proves a mixed experience for restaurant chains and suppliers
Earnings roundup: Inflation eased, but so did traffic—at least for some. Weather, meanwhile, was a wallop for at least one, a non-issue for the rest.
Hotels raise the bidding for potential restaurant hires
The prevailing wage is $23 an hour, plus sweetened benefits and greater scheduling flexibility.
John Wise joins Marcus Hotels as F&B chief
The alumnus of Lettuce Entertain You and Bartolotta Restaurants has been given the mission of upgrading the lodging operator's foodservice operations.
Hotels face their own crippling shortage of workers
About 91% of the properties in the U.S. said they couldn't fill vacant jobs last month, according to the AH&LA. A typical hotel was short more than 10 people.