My Place Hotels continues to spread human trafficking awareness, promote guest safety through My Place is No Place for Human Trafficking training weeks in January
ABERDEEN, S.D. (January 6, 2020) In continuing its call to action in preventing human trafficking, My Place Hotels will further its efforts to promote the human trafficking training made available to all team members through a partnership with Businesses Ending Slavery & Trafficking (BEST). The designated training week “My Place is No Place for Human Trafficking Week” takes place January 6-10, with National Human Trafficking Awareness Day following the training week on January 11th. The brand will also facilitate an additional training week with a focus on operations beginning January 13th.
The training week, which was announced alongside the brand’s push to provide all team members with human trafficking training through BEST this past June is aimed at retraining hotel staff across the nation on the topic of human trafficking prevention.
Since announcing their partnership with BEST back in June, the brand has maintained a 100% completion rating of BEST’s “Inhospitable to Human Trafficking” training across the brand’s network of General Managers and Headquarters team members. As a part of the training week, the brand looks to further expand their efforts to encourage all hotel staff to complete BEST’s training, the most comprehensive training of its kind.
“Since announcing our brand-wide initiative to take a stand against the threat of human trafficking back in June, our hotel operators and staff remain committed to promoting awareness on the important topic, which involves recognizing the signs of human trafficking and knowing how to properly report any related situations,” said My Place Hotels EVP/General Counsel Matthew Campbell.
My Place Hotels’ operators can also expect to train on a variety of additional topics with a release of resources created for a week focused on “ROLES.” An outline of the week’s training topics can be found below:
Monday, January 13th: “Reward,” with an emphasis on Brand Loyalty
Tuesday, January 14th: “Outreach,” with an emphasis on Sales and Revenue Management
Wednesday, January 15th: “Lead,” with an emphasis on leadership training
Thursday, January 16th: “Excel,” with an emphasis on Quality Assurance and trends
Friday, January 17th: “Sentiment,” with an emphasis on digital touchpoints
“As a brand, we look forward to the opportunity to boldly reaffirm our brand’s goal to provide all hotel operators with human trafficking training through BEST and re-visit a variety of other training topics across all 53 of our hotels the following week,” said Campbell.
About My Place Hotels
All My Place Hotels locations offer modern amenities at an affordable price including nightly, weekly and monthly rate options. Each guest room features a My Kitchen, complete with a cooktop, a microwave and a full refrigerator. My Place Hotels offer pet friendly accommodations, include on-site laundry facilities, complimentary high-speed internet service and a 24-hour My Store, located in the hotel lobby and stocked with an array of supplies for the guests’ convenience.
My Place Hotels of America is a franchise company that focuses on providing a clean and comfortable facility, with modern amenities, and great customer service, all at an affordable price. The company is based out of Aberdeen, S.D., and offers franchisees a new construction brand, designed to ensure quality, consistency and the highest of standards for delivering marketplace value. The brand currently has 53 hotels open across 24 states with over 120 hotels in the pipeline. For more information on franchising with My Place Hotels, please visit myplacehotels.com/franchising or contact Terry Kline at (605) 725-5685.
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