Could your employees recognise a recruitment scam?

Preventing exploitation of temporary migrant workers – what can your hotel do?

Temporary migrant worker recruitment factsheet

Recruitment scams factsheet

Guidance for supporting refugees and internally displaced people

Hospitality industry launches resource hub in united response to aid refugees

 The leading network for responsible hospitality, the Sustainable Hospitality Alliance, launches new guidance and resource hub for hotels seeking to support refugees and internally displaced people. 

Hospitality industry launches resource hub in united response to aid refugees

Supporting refugees and internally displaced people

Establishing ethical recruitment practices in the hospitality industry

Determining the sustainability of hotels in your supply chain

IOM and Sustainable Hospitality Alliance launch multi-year co-operation to promote ethical recruitment

International Organization for Migration (IOM) and the Sustainable Hospitality Alliance (the Alliance), announce the launch of a multi-year partnership to promote ethical recruitment and the protection of migrant workers in the tourism industry.

IOM and Sustainable Hospitality Alliance launch multi-year co-operation to promote ethical recruitment

International Organization for Migration (IOM) and Sustainable Hospitality Alliance launch multi-year partnership to promote ethical recruitment and protection of migrant workers in tourism industry.

Promoting Fair Recruitment and Employment – for hotels in Qatar

Reporting under the UK Modern Slavery Act

A factsheet for the hospitality industry to help hotels respond to the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015 Transparency in Supply Chains clause.

Reporting under the UK Modern Slavery Act (members)

This factsheet has been compiled to help hotels respond to the UK Modern Slavery Act 2015 Transparency in Supply Chains clause. 

Principles on Forced Labour – guidance for the hospitality industry (members)

This guidance provides more detailed advice on the steps that can be taken to apply the principles across all areas of your business.

Migrant Workers in the Hotel Sector – industry guidance (members)

Following Covid-19, this guidance focuses on how hospitality companies can support the most vulnerable in their value chains with a particular focus on modern slavery.

New guidance tool supports fair recruitment and employment in Qatar hospitality sector

New tool provides resources tailored for hotels as well as practical steps they can take to promote decent work and reinforce fair recruitment practices.

Principles on Forced Labour in recruitment post covid-19 (members)

Key steps for the hospitality industry to ensure the recovery is fair and sustainable for all, and risk of exploitation is avoided or promptly addressed.

Know How Guide: Human Rights and the Hotel Industry

Provides an overview of human rights within hospitality, guidance on developing a human rights policy, performing due diligence and addressing any adverse human rights impacts.

Risks of Modern Slavery in Labour Sourcing training

A comprehensive free online training designed to improve awareness of human rights risks in hotel operations and labour sourcing.

Principles on Forced Labour

Our principles help the hospitality industry to address the primary drivers of forced labour

Guidelines for Checking Recruitment Agencies

Guidelines for Checking Recruitment Agencies supports hotels to perform the necessary checks and procedures when engaging private employment agencies to recruit workers.

Promoting ethical recruitment in the hotel and tourism industry

Responsible recruitment programme

Principles on Forced Labour

Human rights

International Tourism Partnership launches the first hospitality industry training to address risks of modern slavery in labour sourcing

Launching today, our new training is the first to provide guidance on addressing the particular risks of modern slavery in labour sourcing.

Labour Rights in the Hospitality Sector in Qatar: A Moment of Opportunity

Guest blog by Alix Nasri, Technical Specialist, ILO Project Office in Qatar, William Rook, Senior Advisor, Strategy & Programmes, IHRB.

Helping hotels be the business blueprint for tackling human trafficking

We were delighted to announce our partnership with GFEMS to support survivors of human trafficking in Mumbai and Hanoi, through our youth employment programme.

ITP launches Principles on Forced Labour

ITP is delighted to unite the hotel industry in its shared commitment to three key Principles on Forced Labour.