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New online tool helps hotels ensure ethical employment

New online tool helps hotels ensure ethical employment

BRE has launched an online version of the Ethical Labour Sourcing Standard (ELS) to help companies understand their responsibilities and actions relating to the ethical sourcing of labour. BRE which conducts research into buildings released the ELS in February 2017. It was developed to support businesses to understand the profile of their social/ethical governance, including […]

Talking Point: Five ways for hotels to be responsible employers

The accountability of a responsible business doesn’t just target customers, it should target employees as well. In this Talking Point post Gemini founder Ryan Jackson lists some of the ways businesses can ensure they’re being responsible employers. Employer responsibility is a hot topic of late but what does this mean to the employee? What direct […]

WTTC Global Summit to debate tourism sustainability challenges

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC)’s 2018 Global Summit takes place in Buenos Aires, Argentina in April and will look at destination management and sustainable jobs amongst other issues. Industry leaders from the public and private sector will discuss the theme of ‘Our People, Our World, Our Future’, debating how the travel and tourism […]

Hotels can be water stewards with six simple steps

A new report from ITP – the International Tourism Partnership – highlights the six steps hotels and hotel groups need to take to embed water stewardship throughout their property and portfolio. Released on World Water Day the Water Stewardship Report outlines the reasons why hotels need to act on water and the six simple steps […]

IHG sets new targets on water and carbon

InterContinental Hotel Group – IHG – has released its latest responsible business targets for the company to 2020, as well as reporting on their progress to 2017. IHG is one of the supporters of the International Tourism Partnership – ITP’s – Goals for the hotel industry which were launched last year, aligned with the United […]

Talking Point: There’s more to a balanced bathroom than feng shui

For World Water Day Rick Skinker, Managing Director and Co-founder of Indoor Water Conservation describes Balanced Flow Rates and why they are important for the best sustainability, efficiency, cost control and guest satisfaction possible. Hotels are high water consumers. What with landscaping, swimming pools, water features, daily cleaning and laundry, the average occupied hotel room […]

Green tourism in Scotland saves one million tonnes of water

A report from Green Tourism has revealed that sustainable tourism business in Scotland has saved 1 million tonnes of water and ¼ million tonnes of carbon over the past 20 years. The report, entitled “20 years of making a difference,” addresses the positive impact Green Tourism accredited businesses have had on the environment. Green Tourism […]

Making the green building business case for hotel owners

Green Hotelier interviewed Stuart Kay, Chief Sustainability Officer at GreenPlace Assets about the current picture on sustainability in the hospitality industry, and how hotel operators can make the case for green buildings with owners and investors. Green Hotelier: GreenPlace Assets advises investors, owners, developers and operators on sustainability in their investments. Do you feel like […]

Urgent and collaborative response needed to tackle modern slavery

Shiva Foundation has launched a report calling for immediate and coordinated action to address modern slavery in the hotel and hospitality sectors, following wide-ranging insights from across the industry. The report was unveiled today at ‘Collaborating to Tackle Human Trafficking and Modern Slavery’, an event co-hosted with the UN Trust Fund to End Violence against […]

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