Employers everywhere are carefully watching how changes in immigration laws in the United States will play out under the new administration. The Hospitality and Casino Gaming industry—second only to the technology industry—is already trying to map out strategies to deal with any revamping the H-1B visa program.
In a recent New York Times report by Julie Weed, Michael Leidinger, chief technology officer with Hilton Hotels and Resorts, said his department added 140 technology-related positions in just the last two years. Leidinger said many college students are focused on pure technology companies, while hospitality offers unexpected careers. “If you’re really into technology, there’s