From wellness to well-being

By Rohit Verma, Professor at Cornell School of Hotel Administration , Alexis Strong, PhD student at Cornell University | 5 Mar 19

The modern world places stresses on us like never before. Paradoxically, despite our near-permanent state of connectedness, one manifestation of the social pressures we are under is an epidemic of loneliness. As Cornell’s Rohit Verma and Alexis Strong write, the hotel industry is increasingly rethinking the role it could play in restoring some balance to people’s mental well- being.

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