You have an opportunity to positively impact that 117% at no cost to you. If you are one of the hundreds of hoteliers in Saskatchewan who are not receiving a 30% discount on your WCB coverage, you need to contact us immediately.
Service Hospitality has 23 years of experience assessing claims management processes and systems and educating employers on how they can most effectively manage their claims. We have extensive services on health and safety that we can provide you, including innovative tools such as our virtual reality hotel.
Service Hospitality can help you now and you have already paid for our service!
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George Marshall, CEO, Service Hospitality
Over the past year, we have seen drastic changes occur within the insurance market concerning beverage-focused hospitality. Many SHHA members* that do not participate in the HIP program are now struggling to acquire insurance or are receiving increases to premiums.
Several insurers have made decisions to no longer provide coverage for hospitality business in Canada. Of those insurers that remain willing to insure hospitality risk, they are doing so with a high degree of selectivity and, in many cases, significant rate increases are being applied.
HIP is structured in such a way that it will provide a greater level of cost stability, where costs are reflective of industry claims.
For more information contact Thom Proch, Western Financial Group Insurance Solutions at (800) 665-8990 ext. 7313
On Thursday September 5 join us for the 21st Annual Saskatchewan Hotel & Hospitality Association’s Golf Fore the Future Tournament being held at Golf Kenosee in Moose Mountain Provincial Park.
Carbon monoxide (CO) is a highly poisonous gas, which has no smell, taste or colour. Since it is extremely hard to identify, CO is one of the leading causes of accidental poisoning deaths in North America.
Just as you manage every detail of your guest’s experience – from check-in to check-out – Fitness Experience will help you with every aspect of creating an inviting, functional and sophisticated fitness facility. They are committed to providing the highest quality products at competitive prices, together with outstanding service.
They help with everything from determining your needs and working within your budget to selecting the right equipment and designing safe and inspiring spaces. They offer worry-free delivery/installation and also provide preventative maintenance. They service what they sell long after the sale; becoming and staying your partner in fitness. This can be combined in countless ways to complement the guest experience you’re creating, setting your hotel above and beyond the rest!
Western Canada's premium fitness equipment experts!
Please contact Krista Sukhan for your Hotel’s fitness facility needs c: 204 - 990 – 4090
From Left: Lesley Eashappie-Housekeeping Supervisor; Amit Sheyte-Front Desk Supervisor; Lenna Kozan- General Manager; Derris Warren-Chef; Emma Bonneteau-Sous Chef; Carolyn Lapuz-Guest Service Agent; Lidiia Sokoloska-Guest Service Agent; Paige Brace-Housekeeping Supervisor; Silver Pabo, Maintenance
A friend of Lenna Kozan suggested that she consider a job opportunity at the Regina Inn. Intrigued, she decided to give it a try and soon found herself in an entirely new career. “I’m a people person. I enjoy working with peoples so I went over there and started in sales,” she said. “I really enjoyed the hospitality industry and found my niche.”
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The Destination Employment program helps newcomers gain meaningful employment in Canadian hotels, giving them the experience they need to build a successful future in Canada.
This initiative is a win-win for both hoteliers and newcomers. Hoteliers are faced with an existing problem filling the job vacancies they already have, and newcomers need opportunities to find employment once they settle in Canada.
A variety of furniture for sale, including coffee tables, armoires, dressers, full length mirrors and desk lamps. Available December, 2019.
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Travelodge Hotel & Conference Centre, Regina 306 - 584 - 6343
In Saskatchewan, young worker injuries are not declining fast enough. Young people and new hires are the most at risk of injury on the job and over 70% of them get their first jobs in the service and hospitality industries. Over 45% of young people between the ages of 15-24 will experience a workplace injury in this province this year. These heartbreaks and injuries can be prevented with proper safety training and education. We all have an obligation to educate and protect our most valuable resource, our youth. We are reaching out to YOU to help us raise awareness and take a safety leadership role by partnering with us for Youth Safety Education Day 2019 (#YSED2019).
The hospitality industry gets “wins” when we work together. Keep the SHHA team strong by purchasing a membership in the Saskatchewan Hotel & Hospitality Association.
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