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React Mobile Expands Global Reach as Hotels Abroad Follow the Lead of US Hotel Industry to Protect Employees
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React Mobile Expands Global Reach as Hotels Abroad Follow the Lead of US Hotel Industry to Protect Employees

To meet the increasing demand for their innovative employee safety devices and panic button technology, React Mobile deploys record-breaking implementations in Canada, Europe, and the Middle East Hotels worldwide are turning to React Mobile enterprise-class hospitality safety solutions to help them protect their employees. The company today announced its global expansion into international hotels and...

With Employee Safety Devices Compliance Deadlines Looming –  Is Your Hotel Ready?
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With Employee Safety Devices Compliance Deadlines Looming – Is Your Hotel Ready?

Since September of last year, the hospitality industry began a swift — albeit long-awaited — transition towards enhanced workplace safety. Building on decades of investments in safety and security, the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) and the major hotel brands in membership announced the 5-Star Promise, a pledge to provide hotel employees across the...

The Evolution of Hotel Employee Safety Technology
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The Evolution of Hotel Employee Safety Technology

Great leaders operate in the present but focus on planning for the future. As technology evolves, things that were once deemed impossible are now part of everyday life and are changing the business world at lightning speed. The latest and most innovative tools from the beginning of this decade are now becoming outdated, making it...

Can Wearable Technology Keep Hotel Staff Safe?
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Can Wearable Technology Keep Hotel Staff Safe?

The concept of wearable technology, a few decades ago, might have seemed rather farfetched — at least, in the way that we now know it to exist. With studies predicting that 28.7 million Americans 18 and older will use a smartwatch next year, more than 8 million Americans aged 55 and older expected to use...

How to Choose the Best Employee Safety Technology for Your Hotel
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How to Choose the Best Employee Safety Technology for Your Hotel

While much of hotel technology often focuses on the guest experience, the industry now finds itself amidst a wide-spread push to invest in enhanced safety and protection for their employees. As the call for improved safety measures gains traction, hoteliers around the globe are implored to establish a higher standard of care for their employees,...

Prince Waikiki First Hotel in Hawaii to Stand Up to Protect Their Employees
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Prince Waikiki First Hotel in Hawaii to Stand Up to Protect Their Employees

Award-winning resort selects React Mobile GPS-enabled panic button technology to keep staff safe, 24/7, anywhere on property or off The Prince Waikiki is the first hotel in Hawaii to invest in real-time protection for their staff, 24/7, anywhere on property. The luxury resort has partnered with React Mobile, the market-leading hospitality safety technology provider, to...

The Miami Beach Ordinance: Some Miami Hotels are Shortcutting the New Safety Mandate, But at What Cost?
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The Miami Beach Ordinance: Some Miami Hotels are Shortcutting the New Safety Mandate, But at What Cost?

“The statistics are beyond concerning, and it’s why I pushed for this necessary action to be undertaken by the City,” Miami Beach commissioner Kristen Rosen Gonzalez said in a news release. Safety doesn’t happen by accident. This ideology has seemingly assumed center stage across the hospitality industry over the last few months as hotel properties...

Using the Newest Technology and Training Can Make Hotels Safer
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Using the Newest Technology and Training Can Make Hotels Safer

Any successful hotelier knows that it’s vital to establish a welcoming atmosphere in a hotel—to create a place where people from all walks of life feel welcome and safe while away from home. The nature of the hospitality industry means that many different people use the hotel space. With thousands of people moving through hotels...