WWIL Chair Krissy Sigmund welcomed attendees and shared how the event came to be.
“WHLA recently went through a strategic planning process, and we found one area where we could make a real difference is by giving the lodging industry more opportunities to connect and engage throughout the state and more Women in Lodging events,” said Sigmund.
Hot Legal Issues in Hospitality: Labor and Employment
Attorney Bob Sanders, Partner at Taylor English Duma shared information on employee discipline, recruitment and hiring, non-competes, confidentiality and more.
Attendees participated in round table networking during this session facilitated by WHLA VP and WWIL staff liaison Monica Goeke, CAE.
Wisconsin Lodging Leader Roundtable
High-level lodging professionals shared their stories and advice for aspiring leaders during this closing session. Panelists shared stories about navigating a career in the industry, and how they overcame professional hurdles.
After these engaging and educational sessions, attendees were invited to attend the Dells Lodging Reception at Kaminski’s Chop House.
Event attendees are being surveyed to find out how future WWIL events can evolve and improve moving forward. The WWIL Committee is listening and starting to plan for the 2023 Wisconsin Lodging Conference planned for November 5-7 at the Holiday Inn Conference Center Stevens Point.
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