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Video20 July 2020

Episode 2: Hawaii Hotels Say 'Aloha' to Safety

In this episode, Robb Monkman chats with Ryan Doi, Corporate Director of Information Systems for Prince Resorts Hawaii ̶ the first hotel company to implement employee safety devices in the island state. Doi, a Hawaii Lodging & Tourism Assn. board member, will discuss new quarantine and reopening policies and explain how the recent spike in COVID cases on the mainland has operators bracing for travel delays. He will share the necessary safety precautions taken by Prince Resorts and reveal the in-demand contactless technologies implemented to protect their people “if and when” travel resumes. About:The React Mobile Webcast Series are fast-paced weekly episodes that tackle workforce retention, service delivery, brand reputation, technology implementation and more! #hospitality #safety #reactmobile

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