The conference will discuss with leading hoteliers the changes that await us in operations and how to adapt to them, which revenue strategies to use, how to communicate professionally with guests and how to improve health and safety policy in their hotels. Srdjan Mileković, Senior Vice President, Operations for Europe, Africa and the Middle East, HyattJoanna Świerkosz, Senior Vice President of Marketing and Guest Experience for Eastern Europe, Accor HotelsOlof Karlsson, Regional Director for Poland and Southeast Europe, Radisson HotelsEnrico Noack, Regional Director for Europe, Middle East and Africa, Meliá Hotels InternationalDean Amburn, Regional Revenue Management Director for Eastern Europe, Marriott International HOW Online is organized by HESA Group, a company that has been organizing the HOW Festival for 3 years – a conference held in Poreč and gathering over 600 participants; mostly hotel directors, operations directors and hotel department heads. Just some of the confirmed speakers are: As online is currently the only way to hold conferences, for the first time a conference on changes in hotel operations is being held – HOW Online. More information is available at official site organizer, and you can sign up via of this link. Early bird registrations last until Monday 11.5, so we invite you to book your place on time.
The recruitment drive was aimed at “empowering Saudi women with high qualifications and capabilities”, the statement said.The two holy mosques previously recruited 41 women in leadership positions in 2018, according to Saudi media.Prince Mohammed has sought to boost employment for women as part of his “Vision 2030” plan, which is aimed at diversifying the kingdom’s economy and ending its addiction to oil.The number of working women in Saudi Arabia reached 1.03 million in the third quarter of 2019, 35 percent of the total workforce, compared to 816,000 in 2015, according to official figures. Saudi Arabia has appointed 10 women in senior roles at Islam’s two holiest sites, authorities said Sunday, as the conservative petro-state seeks to boost female employment.The appointment of women in senior positions at religious institutions is rare in the Islamic kingdom, which is in the midst of a wide-ranging liberalization drive spearheaded by Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman.The women were appointed in the two holy mosques in Mecca and Medina across various departments, including administrative and technical, according to statement released by the general presidency for the affairs of the two holy mosques. In other reforms, women in the kingdom are now allowed to drive cars, cinemas have reopened and genders are permitted to mix at events, including concerts, and in public places.But the reforms have also been accompanied by a crackdown on dissent.Saudi Arabia has detained and put on trial a dozen women activists who long campaigned for the right to drive, sparking widespread condemnation.Some of the activists allege they were tortured and sexually harassed by interrogators.Topics :
Austin Hooper sprained his knee Sunday, according to Ian Rapoport, and will get an MRI on Monday to determine the severity. Rapoport suggested that Hooper will “miss some time.” The Falcons’ TE has the most receptions at his position this season with 56. Hoopers’ injury will force fantasy owners to waiver wire in search of tight end sleepers to get them through this rough patch. Get the latest updates and fill-in suggestions below.For updates on Saquon Barkley, Le’Veon Bell, Devonta Freeman and Ty Johnson, click here. Follow us at @SN_Fantasy for more news and updates. WEEK 11 NON-PPR RANKINGS:Quarterback | Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end | D/ST | KickerHow long will Austin Hooper be out?Hooper’s status probably won’t be certain until later in the week. The MRI that he’s expected to get could be reported on as soon as Monday, though, which would give an idea before fantasy football waivers run this week as to what to do if you own Hooper. Unless he’s expected to miss the rest of the season, you have to hold him on your bench because of how good he’s been when healthy.WEEK 11 PPR RANKINGS: Running back | Wide receiver | Tight end The Falcons’ other TEs are Luke Stocker and Jaeden Graham. Stocker has nine targets on the season to Graham’s two. Stocker has also played more snaps than Graham in every week this season and should step in if Hooper is out.WEEK 11 WAIVER WIRE: Top pickupsStocker isn’t the best option to pick up at tight end, though. You’d be better off targeting Ross Dwelley (assuming George Kittle remains out), Kyle Rudolph, Darren Fells, or Noah Fant well ahead of Stocker, and after this week’s bye, one of Tennessee’s TEs (Jonnu Smith or Delanie Walker) would be in play, too. If you’re planning to stream on a week-to-week basis, Tyler Eifert (eight-percent owned in Yahoo leagues), T.J. Hockenson (53) and Vance McDonald (56) are solid Week 11 plays in favorable matchups against the Raiders, Cowboys, and Browns, respectively.