Laura Lee Blake, JD is a lawyer and a Wealth Advisor with SunBright Wealth Management & Financial Planning, through Money Concepts Capital Corp., Member SIPC/FINRA. Laura Lee has more than twenty-five years’ experience in the legal industry. She has handled complex litigation, corporate transactional and business-related matters. Laura Lee is expanding into the financial planning sector, and her clients include individuals, families, and small business owners, with a focus on the hospitality, service, and manufacturing industries.
Laura Lee’s key areas of focus include long-term client relationships, life planning, comprehensive asset protection and management, tax reduction strategies, employee benefits, wealth transfer, succession and legacy planning.
We cover a lot of ground in this episode, and you might be pleasantly surprised at the affordable options that are available to employers.
Laura Lee prepared a free download – The Meaningful Employee Benefits Guide – that goes even deeper into many of the options we discussed in the interview. If you’re exploring adding additional benefits for your associates, but don’t want to break the bank, you should definitely grab this guide.
Laura Lee Blake, Esq.
SunBright Wealth Management & Financial Planning
2985 Gordy Parkway
Marietta, GA 30066
Bijal Patel, 31, is CEO of Coast Redwood Hospitality and the youngest chair of the California Hotel & Lodging Association. He’s made even more history at CHLA by agreeing to serve an unprecedented second term as the lodging industry emerges from the coronavirus pandemic. Patel is a third-generation hotelier. Being so steeped in hospitality at such a young age is not new for members of the Indian American hotelier community, but Patel fears the pandemic has drained the industry of emerging talent. Lodging Leaders spotlights Patel, who represents a leadership demographic that is fighting for the life of the hospitality industry as they watch their peers veer toward other career paths.
Many hotels these days have made room for guests with disabilities. Hotel managers and staff should also know what the Americans with Disabilities Act says about accommodating guests with pets. During the pandemic lockdowns, a lot of people added a pet to their household and now they’re bringing Fido along on vacation. Hotel employees need to know how to cater to both consumers who are pet owners as well as guests who travel with a trained service animal. Episode 329 of Lodging Leaders podcast reports on how the ADA defines a service animal and how a hotel is legally obligated to serve a guest who comes with a dog or any other animal.