NMHA in the News – Be Kind Campaign

The New Mexico Hospitality Association, the New Mexico Restaurant Association and the Jennifer Riordan Foundation have partnered with the “Be Kind” campaign to all of our servers in all of the restaurant industry, they are having a really tough time being understaffed with supply problems.

NMHA in the News – Kindness goes a long way in New Mexico’s restaurant and hospitality industry

ALBUQUERQUE—The New Mexico Hospitality Association (NMHA) in collaboration with the New Mexico Restaurant Association (NMRA) and the Jennifer Riordan Foundation (Foundation), have joined together in a plea to ask the public to be patient, kind and respectful when dealing with hospitality and restaurant staff. “We’re excited to see our hospitality and tourism businesses opened again, many of which are bringing … Read More

NMHA in the News – ‘Be Kind’ campaign urges patience with service workers

The New Mexico Hospitality Association, the New Mexico Restaurant Association and the Jennifer Riordan Foundation have partnered to encourage the public to be kind to service workers with the “Be Kind” campaign. The campaign offers tips to customers like treating others as you would like to be treated, tipping generously, planning ahead for potentially slower service and using compassion, according … Read More

NMHA in the News – New Mexico Hospitality Association released workforce challenges survey

The New Mexico Hospitality Association recently released the results of its recent Workforce Challenges Survey. This was designed to understand the struggles the industry is currently experiencing when it comes to not being able to fill its many vacant positions at hotels, restaurants, and tourism-dependent shops. CEO of New Mexico Hospitality Association Kathy Komoll talked about the survey results. Article … Read More

NMHA in the News – Please be kind to restaurant and hotel workers

The New Mexico Hospitality Association in collaboration with the New Mexico Restaurant Association and the Jennifer Riordan Foundation have joined in a plea to the public to be patient, kind and respectful when dealing with hospitality and restaurant staff. “We’re excited to see our hospitality and tourism businesses opened again, many of which are bringing new employees on board without … Read More

Important Clarification Regarding Hotels as Essential Businesses

Important Clarification Regarding Hotels as Essential Businesses: While the Department of Health press release announcing the “stay-at-home” order did not list hotels as essential businesses, the official order DOES list hotels as essential. The order also provides some additional clarification about whether health care workers responding to the COVID-19 crisis count against the 50% occupancy limit. The language from the … Read More

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