SDCLA Member Benefits

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BECOME A MEMBER OF THE SAN DIEGO COUNTY LODGING ASSOCIATION AND ENJOY THESE BENEFITS:

Regional Meetings & Events:

SDCLA hosts quarterly meetings throughout San Diego County, featuring speakers discussing timely topics and providing an opportunity to network with other leaders in the industry. Other events are also coordinated to promote your organization’s enrichment, employee recognition, and networking — including the annual Gold Key Awards.

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Member Programs & Training Resources:

Members of SDCLA receive special savings for a variety of hospitality products and services from our industry partners. We continually strive to increase our benefit package through new programs and partnerships.


Free Human Trafficking Prevention Training

SDCLA members can access human trafficking prevention training at no cost through our partnership with Businesses Ending Slavery & Trafficking (BEST). Everyone who completes the training will receive a certificate and be in compliance with California Senate Bill 970, which requires that hotel and lodging employees who are likely to interact with victims of human trafficking undergo at least 20 minutes of human trafficking awareness training and education.  Request Human Trafficking Prevention Training


Sexual Harassment Prevention in Hospitality Training

As required by law! The State of California requires companies with 5 or more employees to provide sexual harassment prevention training for both supervisory and non-supervisory roles.  All managers and employees must complete the training course every two years. And the training of new hires or promotions must occur within six months of that event. SDCLA Members receive 15% off. Email info@lodgingsd.com for your discount code and instructions. Click here to learn more. 


Understanding Unconscious Bias Training

Delivering best-in-class customer service is the heart of hospitality, but unconscious bias on the part of employees, managers, or guests can immediately put great service in jeopardy. This topic is too important to settle for generic training. Understanding Unconscious Bias, a new training suite developed by ServSafe in conjunction with the Multicultural Foodservice & Hospitality Alliance (MFHA) and industry professionals, shines a light on this issue with realistic scenarios meaningful to your staff — the managers and employees in the hospitality and foodservice industries. SDCLA Members receive $15% off. Email info@lodgingsd.com for your discount code and instructions. Click here to learn more. 


Alcohol servers and managers must be trained by August 31, 2022.

Beginning July 1, 2022, the Responsible Beverage Service Training Act will go into effect (AB 1221). The law requires that anyone who serves alcohol, manages servers, delivers alcohol, takes orders, or checks IDs at a business that serves alcohol on-site must be trained to serve alcohol legally and safely to the public by August 31, 2022. The law authorized the California Department of Alcoholic Beverage Control (ABC) to establish the Responsible Beverage Server Training Program (RBSTP). Under the program, every alcohol server and their manager must have a valid Responsible Beverage Server (RBS) certification from ABC.

SDCLA members will receive an additional 20% off the $15 per person training provided by approved training program, ServSafe. Email veronica@lodgingsd.com for your discount code and instructions.

If you would like to purchase training for more than 100 employees, please contact Elisa Cain, Regional Sales Manager at ecain@restaurant.org or call (480)235-6706 for additional discounts. Click here for a flyer outlining the responsible beverage service certificate information in English & Spanish. Please click here for FAQ’s about the law. 


Class Action Settlements Now Available for SDCLA Members

Class Action Capital, a market leader in class action settlement claim management, is now offering their value add services to SDCLA members. They are already successfully working with other California hoteliers, helping to recover $1.9 million dollars in a recent Class Action Settlement. There are more opportunities to come in future cases. Click here for more details.


Advocacy & Government Relations:

The San Diego County Lodging Association monitors local government actions throughout San Diego county to ensure that the lodging industry’s voice is heard on issues of concern.

 

Networking Opportunities with Industry Leaders and Peers:

We offer opportunities to network with other leaders in the industry to exchange ideas on the issues that impact your associates, guests and business.

SDCLA Members also have access to a membership directory, including local hoteliers and industry suppliers.

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