Don’t Panic Hotel Worker Safety

Don’t Panic Hotel Worker Safety

New Jersey has become the very first state to require panic buttons for hotel worker safety, a major win for the state’s hospitality industry. For many hotel employees, the threat of violence or harassment is a serious risk, especially when working alone. “Sometimes...
Alexa, please call my nurse: an RCare Alexa case study

Alexa, please call my nurse: an RCare Alexa case study

The Problem Your resident experiences an emergency, but isn’t wearing a pendant. How would you know? How do they call for help? Jon Scott Williams, Executive Director of Fellowship Square-Mesa is familiar with this issue. “Until they’ve experienced their...
Keep Hotel Employees Safe in the Workplace

Keep Hotel Employees Safe in the Workplace

This summer, the city of Sacramento passed legislation requiring hotels to provide panic buttons to help keep hotel employees safe. The city follows on the heels of the surrounding county, which earlier passed such legislation for hotels in the unincorporated areas of...
Keep Hotel Housekeepers Safe Without Breaking the Bank

Keep Hotel Housekeepers Safe Without Breaking the Bank

Housekeepers provide a critical and demanding service for hotels. Their tasks are varied and can be physically challenging. They typically work alone, cleaning vacant rooms, bringing fresh towels, or making up the beds while guests are away. Hotel housekeepers put in...