CHLA realizes the importance of the Human Resource department and has developed many programs and services that will assist you, your staff and the personnel in the hotel to become more efficient, budget conscious and current on new legislation. We offer these tools to help you achieve excellence.
Beginning July 1, 2022, the Responsible Beverage Service Training Act will go into effect. The law requires that anyone who serves alcohol, manages servers, delivers alcohol, takes orders, or checks IDs at a business that serves alcohol on-site must be trained to serve alcohol legally and safely to the public by August 31, 2022. The law authorized the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) to establish the Responsible Beverage Server Training Program (RBSTP). Under the program, every alcohol server and their manager must have a valid Responsible Beverage Server (RBS) certification from ABC.
You and your staff can accomplish this through a three-step process:
- Register with ABC as a Server on the RBS Portal
- Take RBS training from an approved RBS Training Provider
- Return to the RBS Portal to take ABC’s alcohol server certification exam.
You can begin step one by registering with ABC through the RBS training portal.
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The Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) officially went into effect April 1, 2020. Along with the new regulations comes a new posting requirement. Each covered employer must post a notice of the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) requirements in a conspicuous place on its premises. An employer may satisfy this requirement by emailing or direct mailing this notice to employees or posting this notice on an employee information internal or external website.
CHLA maintains a complete library of job descriptions for the exclusive utilization of our members. Please visit the CHLA Member's Area by logging in at the top of the page. Job descriptions are available in the following categories: Accounting & Finance, Administrative & Clerical, Computers & Technology, Construction & Maintenance, Hospitality, Human Resources, Manufacturing & Production, Security & Safety, and Sales & Marketing. If you aren’t a member, click here to join now.
CHLA's Insurance Partner Petra is the largest independent hotel broker in the country and offers members exclusive access to discounted pricing for worker's comp insurance.
For over 50 years, the American Hotel & Lodging Educational Institute (AHLEI) has been the source for providing industry-tested, research-driven hospitality training resources. AHLEI continues to meet and exceed its education and training mission by using the Internet, videos, DVD’s, textbooks, study guides, seminars, and professional certification to train all levels of personnel.
The Employer Poster must be posted in a conspicuous place in the workplace where all employees and applicants can see it. Save time and money with all 18 California and federal notices every California business must post, on one poster. Save money by buying only what's required by law. Save time and frustration by getting the information from one source instead of multiple state and federal agencies. Flexible format options include English or Spanish, laminated or non-laminated. Poster size is 28″x 39″, which easily fits on a door, in a break room, or a main hallway. Discounted pricing available for CHLA members. Login to access discounted rates.
The State of California now requires supervisors and managers of companies with over 5 employees to take sexual harassment prevention training and also requires this training for non-supervisory positions. You can quickly and easily sign each member of your staff up for three key training courses, Preventing Discrimination and Harassment for Hotels, Active Shooter, and Bloodborne Pathogens for only $38 per employee through CHLA's training partner Traliant.
CHLA members have access to FREE MIPP Documents + Training Tool-kit, to comply with the Cal/OSHA standard: “Hotel Housekeeping Musculoskeletal Injury Prevention” (Title 8, California Code of Regulations, Section 3345). CHLA members can request MIPP documents by clicking the button below. CHLA also offers a sample Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP), a basic written workplace safety program that Title 8 of the California Code of Regulations (Title 8 CCR) section 3203, requires every employer to develop and implement. For more information about MIPP, please email email@example.com
Visit the CHLA Webinars Archive to view recordings of past CHLA Member Webinars.
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. Some benefits include, telemedicine, pharmacy discount cards, in-home lab testing kits, mental health resources and more.
Telemedicine: Discounted Virtual Visits with Health Professionals
HealthiestYou from Teladoc is offered at a members-only negotiated price of $9 per employee per month ($9/mo includes employee + entire family) with $0 copays.
- Includes general medicine, mental health, dermatology, back pain and expert medical opinions.
- A great way for employees meet virtually with a health professional to determine if their symptoms require leaving the house to go to a crowded clinic, urgent care or ER where they can be infected or spread the virus.
- Virtual visits are offered through employers who may choose to cost share with their employees.
- All employees eligible: full time, part time, and furloughed
- No insurance required; No participation requirements; Minimum 2 enrolled
Your employees can purchase this service for $10 per month directly from CHLA with the same access to unlimited care.