Tag Archives: improvement

Workers’ Compensation Act Committee of Review Report with Recommendations

In late 2021, Service Hospitality reached out to many of our largest member organizations, encouraging them to submit feedback to the Workers’ Compensation Act Committee of Review on some key issues affecting them from the Workers’ Compensation Act. Following that review, the committee released a full report with 34 recommendations for improving the workers’ compensation system. […]

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Workers’ Compensation Act Committee of Review: Final Report Published

A high-level outline of some key recommendations relating to Service Hospitality: The 2022 Committee of Review Report is now available.  You can view the news release from the Government of Saskatchewan here.  The Workers’ Compensation Act 2013 requires a review to be conducted five years after the previous report was submitted.  The Committee of Review […]

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No Change Isn’t Good Enough

Written by CEO, George Marshall          2009 was arguably the worst year for health and safety in the history of the hotel industry in Saskatchewan.  For the fourth straight year, injuries exceeded 580 and for the second straight year, direct costs of injuries exceeded $2.8 million.  In 2010, Service Hospitality issued a challenge to […]

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We Partner For You

Since 2015, Service Hospitality has begun taking a more formal approach with regards to our partnerships.  Through increased collaboration, we can improve our products and services and extend our reach to a wider audience.  In other words, we can impact more of our members in a better and more meaningful way. In the last five […]

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Do you have Newcomers working for you?

Recently, Service Hospitality joined the inaugural Working Group for the Immigration Partnership Saskatoon – Local Immigration Partnerships (LIP). The Immigration Partnership Saskatoon (IPS) is designed to improve the integration of newcomers to Saskatoon and to strengthen the ability to better address the needs of our newcomers. The Working Group will foster a systematic approach to […]

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