An Event Planner's Guide to Inclusive Events
When planning an upcoming event it’s essential to account for the experience of all participants. Accessibility starts before the event and continues after.
Are you planning to serve alcohol at your company holiday party?
Alcohol at any event can be a nightmare if you don’t properly prepare.
Check out these guidelines for serving alcohol at your upcoming employee holiday events. >>
Are you compliant with Ban-the-Box Laws?
Your event company's criminal record policies
may need to be updated.
Learn about a new wave of Ban-the-Box hiring laws >>
Diversity in hiring benefits employees and your business.
Diverse hiring practices are being discussed more and more across all industries in America..
Here's why diversity and inclusivity matter for your event business >>
Temporary work can benefit employers and employees.
The way that people view and perform work has changed vastly over the last few years.
A quick rundown of what temporary work is and how you can utilize it to further your business or career. >>
Hospitality jobs have some of the highest turnover rates.
Identifying what can make your employees leave is important.
Read 8 reasons employees leave hospitality
and staffing jobs >>
The gig economy is facing its own legal revolution in California.
Find out how new legislation is changing the landscape of gig economy work.
Why California's New AB-5 Bill Will Change the Gig Economy Forever >>
Your company's job description can make or break your hiring process.
Finding the right people to staff your event starts before the first interview ever takes place.
Read 6 Tips to Attract the Right Candidates >>
Predictive Scheduling & Fair Workweek: A Biz Owner's Guide
If you're in charge of a team of hourly shift employees, you'll soon be impacted by a wave of legislation and restrictions.
Read more about the changes in laws coming soon. >>
Asking about past salaries or wages could get you into trouble.
If you're asking questions about previous compensation, you may be breaking the law.
Everything Event Companies Need to Know About the Salary History Ban >>
This could be the best way to hire your event staff.
Hiring is one of the top challenges reported by managers in staffing and hospitality. If you haven't considered using working interviews, you should.
All about Working Interviews >>
Interview Questions, the Dos and the Don'ts
Things are changing, and new laws are going into effect this year in both the US and the UK. Know what you can, can't, and should be asking in 2019.
Interview Questions: Dos and Don'ts >>
Six Best Business Books of 2019
Six curated books with a focus on event businesses to help you perform your best this year. Read one every sixty days.
Read the List >>
Federal Employment Laws: A Guide for Event Planners
When you're focusing on your client's event, you've got enough on your mind. Read our guide to getting by in the event industry for federal employment laws in the US.
Federal Employment Laws: A Guide for Event Planners >>
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A Case Study in Staffing Attendance - A California Catering Company
How Schedulehead improved staff performance and attendance by 90%.
Read the Case Study >>
If you're not tracking these 10 things, they could cost you.
Schedulehead can help track the things you may be missing. Download this guide and share with your managers today.
Click here to download Hidden Losses in Staffing PDF >>