While Puttshack, Disaronno International UK, Chestnut and Wines of Great Britain have announced senior reshuffles, the Licensed Trade Charity (LTC) has reported increased demand for mental health support.
In the past seven days, pub operators Marston’s and Mitchells & Butlers have provided jobs updates, while a number of surveys and industry commentators have attempted to take the hospitality job market's temperature as the furlough scheme winds...
Industry leaders have called for the Government’s post-18 education and training pledge to support hospitality businesses while a new report has found that Covid-19 ‘might be the catalyst for more positive gendered and ethnic change’.
As the Government prepares to address the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme's expiry, nationwide operators JD Wetherspoon (JDW) and Whitbread announced redundancy plans and the Portman Group announced the appointment of a new chair.
The latest hospitality jobs data has found that while the Government-backed Eat Out to Help Out scheme saw a 44% increase in scheduled hours in August, hundreds of thousands of the sector’s jobs remain at risk.
In addition to Thwaites and Deltic outlining redundancy programmes, record Greene King tenanted and leased applications and the protection of hundreds of jobs at embattled bar operators, a number of hospitality businesses have recently revealed new appointments....
While new Portman Group data has found that 18 to 24-year olds are most likely to have returned to pubs since lockdown, a World Health Organisation (WHO) official has warned them not to feel ‘invincible’.
Our latest jobs round-up includes a closer look at soaring job application figures from a number of nationwide pub operators, boardroom changes at Robinsons and the thoughts of Brewhouse & Kitchen boss Kris Gumbrell on the recent A-level results 'shambles'.
The founder of Be Inclusive Hospitality, and its recently launched Elevate Mentorship scheme, believes there is no ‘single solution’ for sectors lacking diversity in leadership and that individual companies must step up.