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Reducing Labor Law Risks in the Hospitality Industry
- The Department of Labor is targeting the hospitality industry — ramping up increased government enforcement of labor law.
- Hospitality organizations face a variety of labor mandates including the Fair Labor Standards Act (FLSA), the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), and laws relating to seasonal labor and H-2B employees.
- This paper provides a concise overview of the laws impacting the hospitality workforce and lists best practices for risk reduction.
Laws impacting hospitality labor tegulators are becoming more aggressive in enforcing federal employment laws related to employee pay and medical leave. American Hospitality and Lodging expert Jon Simons cautions: "the U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) is planning an initiative that specifically targets every hotel, motel and resort in the United States for audits by the department's Wage and Hour Division."