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An ordinance to impose a 10 percent transient lodging tax will go to the voters.
Labor ruling would redefine what constitutes an “employer.”
The new hospitality degree hopes to keep local talent for the industry.
The hotel industry urges against proposed merger between Expedia and Orbitz.
The association has requested an extension to allow more substantive comments on the new regulations.
The Oregon Court of Appeals knocked down one of several efforts to block.
The potential impact of these rule changes greatly exceeds the impact of raising the minimum wage.
Activists are already bracing for a fight with business groups.
Some restaurants have made changes to their tipping policies.
Several workplace issues passed in the Oregon Legislature during the 2015 session.
Additional guidance will help restaurateurs understand how to implement the law.
The revisions would more than double the minimum salary threshold for exemptions.
Labor groups submitted 2,000 petition signatures for a ballot measure.
The major concern is the bill would create more costs for small businesses.
Dozono is stepping down after her law firm filed a lawsuit against the lottery.
Even progressive businesses worry about a rush to raise minimum wage.
Bill will require employers with 10 or more workers to give them up to five paid sick days a year.
AH&LA urges FTC to investigate online booking deceptions.
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