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Published Monday, April 3, 2017
Q: What do you get when you cross a notorious prankster, an inventive team of conspirators, more than 2,300 club members with remarkable discretion, and one of the most beloved employees ever to grace The University Club of Washington, DC’s esteemed “Mansion on 16th Street”? A: The greatest surprise in University Club history, of course! more»
Published Monday, April 3, 2017
Have you ever looked at your workers’ compensation (W/C) loss runs?Or the incurred losses versus your medical-only claims? If you have had W/C losses and you haven’t looked at these line items, it is possible you are spending more money on insurance than necessary. This article will share best practices for viewing your loss history, monitoring more»
Published Monday, April 3, 2017
Q: We have an exceptional general manager who we’d like to keep. How do we determine whether he’s being compensated appropriately relative to what other clubs are paying? A: Retention of talented management is critical with the compensation package central to that effort. When it comes to the club’s general manager, there is a common more»
Published Monday, April 3, 2017
To answer your question fully would take more space than allotted here, but I’ll address a part of it because the club industry has so much riding on its ability to attract a fair share of millennials. Beyond the obvious issues like making your club fun and casual with a broad set of social and recreational activities, clubs should work on updating more»
Published Monday, April 3, 2017
While insurance policy language may vary somewhat, most, if not all will have provisions for the club (or an insured), as a condition precedent to the obligations of the insurer, to notify the insurer in writing of a claim made against an insured as soon as practicable after the insured’s HR manager, risk manager or general counsel (or equivalent more»
Published Monday, April 3, 2017
STAFF COMPENSATION is the largest expense in any club. In fact, industry data shows that at the median, 55 percent of a club’s total revenue goes to payroll. While distribution of labor expense among the club’s departments does vary somewhat based on club type, food and beverage (F&B) consistently claims the largest share. The majority of more»
Published Monday, April 3, 2017

 New Secretary of Labor Coming Soon; H-2B Visa Bill Introduced in the Senate

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Published Saturday, April 1, 2017
GOP Goes Back to the Drawing Board Last week the American Health Care Act fell short in getting to a vote. What does this mean for clubs? 9 Common Mistakes in Golf Property Analysis In this excerpt from Golf Property Analysis and Valuation, learn some of the more common mistakes made by appraisers when completing golf property appraisal assignments. more»
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