Chefs

Pub grub: according to Sargeant, 'at its best, a meal in a pub can compete with any restaurant'

Top chef Sargeant eyes pub rollout

By James Wallin

Michelin-starred chef Mark Sargeant has told MCA he is keen to secure a joint venture to increase his portfolio.

Quick change: labour turnover among chefs is approximately 40% according to People 1st

How to solve the chef shortage

By Nikkie Sutton

International recruitment, early age intervention and maximising college opportunities are just three of the ways to ease the chef recruitment crisis, according to recruitment experts.

Wages: men are paid on average more than women

Men paid 14p an hour more than women

By Michelle Perrett

Male workers in the hospitality sector are paid more per hour than women, research from software company Fourth has revealed.

New skills: the scheme will help kitchen staff, among others, further their careers

Stonegate unveils apprenticeship scheme

By Nikkie Sutton

Stonegate Pub Company has launched a new nationwide apprenticeship programme for back-of-house staff as part of its training scheme called the Albert Theory of Progression (ATOP).

Tough competition: the awards aim to showcase the best pub chefs in the country

Parliamentary Pub Chef Awards are back

By Nikkie Sutton

The Parliamentary Pub Chef of the Year Awards are returning for a second year, in a bid to highlight growing demand for talented and creative pub chefs across the nation.

Calorie laden: pub food not healthy enough say critics

Critics shame pub food as unhealthy

By Nicholas Robinson

Pubs have been criticised for supplying unhealthy food to children that falls “far behind” the standards of the retail sector.