Hotel Labor Drying Up Under Trump, CEOs Say

By Joyce Hanson (June 4, 2018, 7:53 PM EDT) -- Top hotel chief executives on Monday urged President Donald Trump and Congress to take more decisive action on U.S. immigration, saying the hospitality industry faces a growing labor shortage that is made worse by the hotel-mogul-turned-president's anti-travel policies and recent call for "extreme vetting" of visa applicants.

Christopher J. Nassetta, president and CEO of Hilton Worldwide Holdings Inc., said that the domestic hospitality industry has for years relied on immigrants in what can be a high employee-turnover business, but that Trump and lawmakers have stymied its ability to employ foreign-born workers. The comments came during a panel discussion Monday of top...

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