As we welcome 2022 with open arms, you perhaps have noticed that Groups Today looks little spiffy these days. That's because we've recently underwent a total brand refresh!
The devastating and long-lasting impacts the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the American workforce is painfully evident, on display for all to see in every corner of the country. Hit especially hard has been the leisure and hospitality industry (a.k.a. all of us reading this).
So, what does the future of the American workforce look like moving forward? What can the current data tell us? To delve into this topic a bit further, we explored a newly released report from the U.S. Travel Association, which examines the current state of the American workforce and its effect on the travel industry.
The U.S. Travel Association and Tourism Diversity Matters recently announced a new strategic partnership that seeks to strengthen the association's focus and support of the industry on issues related to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) and provide greater access to Tourism Diversity Matters' subject matter expertise, research and resources.
Shortly after the U.S. reopened its land and air borders to vaccinated international visitors, U.S. Travel Association released its biannual forecast, shedding light on what the data says about current and future travel spending. Keep reading to learn what the forecast predicts is to come for the U.S. travel industry's recovery.
The American Society of Travel Advisors (ASTA)—known as the leading global advocate for travel advisors, the travel industry and the traveling public—recently welcomed the addition of Jessica Klement as Vice President, Advocacy.