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      Industry News – November 2022

      Industry News – November 2022

      COMPENSATION FOR A NEW ERA     BY JOANNE SAMMER – ISPA PULSA Nov/Dec 2022 WHEN SPA DIRECTOR BENJAMIN DONAT began preparing for reopening at Fairmont Hotel and Resorts in Austin in 2021 after spa facilities were closed for more than 18 months, he was doing so in a...
      Industry News – October 2022

      Industry News – October 2022

      Sleep tourism is the hot new trend—but is it hiding a bigger problem? I have a recurring daydream of checking into a hotel with crisp, clean sheets. I pull the shades, crawl into bed, and sleep for ten blissful hours. Ahhh… heaven. I suspect I’m not alone in this...
      Industry News – September 2022

      Industry News – September 2022

      What’s Behind The Sexual Wellness Retail Revolution? Consumers can buy lube at Nordstrom, vibrators at Holt Renfrew and arousal oils at Urban Outfitters rather than having to patronize sex shops for intimate goods. And the sales of sex products show no signs of...
      Industry News – August 2022

      Industry News – August 2022

      Collaborative Workspaces Combat Loneliness and Make for Happier Employees Study conducted to understand different factors that bring fulfillment to work By: Sophia Connolly – Well Defined Selina, a lifestyle and experiential hospitality brand, and #WorkAnywhere,...
      Industry News – July 2022

      Industry News – July 2022

      ACROSS THE SPA INDUSTRY, reports of a sharp rise in demand for spa services and treatments and weeks long waits for new appointments have many celebrating the industry’s recovery from the darkest days of 2020 and the pandemic-related restrictions that lingered well...
      Industry News – June 2022

      Industry News – June 2022

      The Great Resignation Might Not Be as Great as Expected New survey reveals 21 percent of organizations experienced voluntary turnover in the past 12 months. Employee turnover rates are higher than pre-pandemic levels yet lower than expected for a Great Resignation...