New York city hotels are being used to keep employees of competitors onsite.

In response to a growing number of recent events, the New York Public Library has created an online program to allow employees of nearby hotels to be assigned to help manage their hotels.

The library’s chief operating officer, Chris Toth, says the initiative will be available to every city hotel in the city, as well as nearby hotels.

The program, called Hazing, will let employees from neighboring hotels work on staff in hotels that have signed contracts with the library, Toth said.

Employees will be assigned by the library to work in a location that the library considers a favorable location for its business.

Toth said the initiative is being designed to give employees who have been assigned to the library some flexibility, but not much more.

“I think the biggest difference is we want to give them a sense of what’s happening in their business,” he said.

Toths said the library has no plans to eliminate the use of other hotels for Hazing employees.

“We’ve been working on that for a while, and we’re going to keep working on it,” he told Recode.

Hazing is a new initiative for the library that is designed to allow people who work in hotels and are staying there for a short period of time to work at their hotels, Toths said.

Hazinating employees has become a common practice among larger corporations, including Starbucks and Google, as they try to keep their employees at home.

The New York public library plans to offer Hazing for up to five years, and Toth says the program is not meant to eliminate other employers’ use of hotels as well.

“That’s a really good idea, but that’s not going to stop us,” he added.

Haze was created after several employees of a nearby hotel were hired to manage their properties, according to the New Jersey Public Library.

In some cases, the employees were sent to hotels they didn’t like.

The workers were not allowed to work on their own, and were only allowed to help with the day-to-day operations of their hotels if they agreed to be monitored.

In the cases where the workers did manage to do their own business, they were given instructions by the managers and were told to keep the hotels clean and to not allow their employees to stay there for more than 30 minutes.

It was unclear whether the managers who were involved in the Hazing contract were aware that the employees had been hired to help run their hotels and were therefore not allowed the ability to monitor them.

The program was announced on Thursday and will be open to all New York libraries, TOTH said.

The initiative is also available for the larger public libraries, including the Central Library in Newark and the Brooklyn Public Library in Brooklyn.

As for other large libraries, there are no plans for the use in the future, TITH said.

“If you’re going out to other libraries, you can use that,” he explained.