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.
Will cannabis – medical or recreational have a positive or negative impact on the workplace?
The cannabis industry is just getting off the ground in Canada and it has already become a major part of our economy and also has started impacting our workplaces. Employers should not ignore the negative consequences cannabis may bring to their workplaces. Did you know, approx 514,000 Canadian workers, representing roughly 13 per cent of the country’s cannabis users, used cannabis before or during work in the first few months of 2019?
What does this mean for YOUR organization?
Employers need to consider whether increased cannabis consumption can have a negative impact on employees’ health, safety and productivity. The industry is growing and employers have a responsibility to keep their staff SAFE. The best way to get started is to be informed.
The Conference Board of Canada and The Globe and Mail, under the leadership of Dr. Bill Howatt, are partnering to explore the relationship between career success and cannabis use. Employers and employees (both recreational and medical cannabis users, as well as non-cannabis users) are invited to participate in this study.
Please participate in the below survey's & share!
The Employment Standards Division offers free online training webinars that provides basic information about the employment standards in Saskatchewan. These webinars address commonly asked questions that affect most employers and employees, including employers based outside of Saskatchewan with employees in the province.
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From its original home in Offenburg, Germany, MEIKO has grown dynamically into a global brand ensuring that MEIKO’s clean solutions are available locally all around the world. Be it in Berlin or Munich, Paris or Vienna, the United States or Canada: MEIKO is right there in the market place in every major sector – in hotels and restaurants, hospitals, at airports, on cruise liners, and at Formula 1 racing.
Gary Lee, Director of Sales & Darrell Hubelit, Territory Manager demonstrate their premium under counter dishwasher during the SHHA/SLGA Tradeshow May 28 in Regina.
Contact: Darrell Hubelit, Territory Manager 306 - 250 - 9219
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
Hotels Reflect the Community
By Pat Rediger, Benchmark Public Relations, Regina
After spending a few years working at a bank, 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.
Today Kozan is the General Manager at the recently-opened Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott, which is located on 3915 Albert Street in Regina. It’s the culmination of a career that also involved considerable time at the Delta Hotels by Marriott – including its forerunners: the Renaissance, the Ramada and the Ramada Plaza. She was instrumental in changing the brands without ever leaving the building.
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In Canada, an average of 21 young workers dies each year. In Saskatchewan alone, young worker injuries are not declining FAST enough. On average, 3 young workers are injured EVERY DAY on the job. These heartbreaks and injuries CAN be prevented with proper safety training and education.
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 to keep the youth of our province SAFE at work!
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.
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Archive Photo: Hotels Association of Saskatchewan Banquet, Regina, SK., February 19, 1935
Our history stretches back almost 80 years when a group of hoteliers saw the need for a collective voice for the industry. Since then, the Saskatchewan Hotel and Hospitality Association (SHHA) has grown to become a highly respected, membership-driven organization that represents the hotel and hospitality industry to the Government of Saskatchewan, suppliers and the general public.
In addition to hotels & motels our membership includes, brew pubs, nightclubs, licensed restaurants, quick service restaurants and event centres.
The SHHA is overseen by a board of elected members representing designated zones throughout the province. The President and CEO carries out the duties of representing the Association’s position on issues as they arise. The SHHA is also active in promoting members’ interests to the Federal government through the Hotel Association of Canada.
People ask what difference it makes if I join the Saskatchewan Hotel & Hospitality Association (SHHA)? The difference is we are a stronger voice that can advocate more effectively on your behalf. There is strength in numbers.
The SHHA has a reputation of being an extremely effective lobby and advocacy group because of the activities we engage in and the strength of our membership. We are YOUR voice with government ministries, MLA’s and bureaucracy.
The hospitality industry gets “wins” when we work together. Keep the SHHA team strong by purchasing a membership in the Saskatchewan Hotel & Hospitality Association.
If you own a hotel/motel, restaurant, and bar or are a Retail Store Permitee, you should be a member of the SHHA.
Supporting the SHHA Keeps Your Voice Strong!