Lodging employees must undergo human trafficking awareness training by January 1, 2020.
Senate Bill 970 requires lodging employees to undergo 20 minutes of human trafficking awareness training by January 1, 2020. CHLA members have access to free human trafficking training through CHLA’s partnership with Businesses Ending Slavery and Trafficking (BEST). Properties with fewer than 20 rooms are exempt from this requirement, but we still encourage you to explore the free online training and resources.
New Year, New Laws: Be Prepared for the Year Ahead
The legal landscape in California continues on a change at light speed. Join CHLA this January for our annual seminar series, covering significant new legislation that will impact California employers in 2020 and beyond.
Exclusive Health Care Discounts and Solutions for CHLA Members
The California Hotel & Lodging Association (CHLA) is part of a strategic alliance program to help address the diverse needs of the hospitality industry. The Hospitality Associations Alliance, a strategic alliance platform created by UnitedHealth Group, offers exclusive discounts and solutions that benefit CHLA members and their employees.
Get Exclusive Pricing for CHLA Members from Chase Merchant Services
“As a hotelier, maintaining profitability and controlling expenses is always at the forefront of my mind. One area in which I do not have to worry is credit card processing with Chase Merchant Services. Chase takes the guess work out of credit card processing and allows me to focus on other aspects of my business.” - Bijal Patel, VP, Coast Redwood Hospitality
"As an independent hotel operator, the California Hotel & Lodging Association's support has been great. Most recently, the Prop 65 and MIPP rules, with all the new required documents out, has been helpful."
- Hee Won Lim, General Manager, Pacific Palms Resort