New Government scheme to create the “next generation” of hospitality leaders is a “noble aim” but suitability of candidates is of the utmost importance, Barons managing director Clive Price told The Morning Advertiser (MA).
By Emma Harrison, managing director of The Three Hills at Bartlow
The hospitality industry is under tremendous pressure. None more so than this year, with extraordinary cost rises across every single area of the business, including a mandatory increase in the minimum wage of 10% for anyone aged 23 and up.
Long-established hotelier Murray Lamont, who recently took over as president of the Scottish Licensed Trade Association (SLTA), is campaigning to attract more young people into hospitality and combat the sector’s recruitment crisis.
Jackie Moody-McNamara is a mentor as well as a critical friend, strengths coach and growth facilitator to numerous boards, specialising in strategy, leadership and accelerating the career progression of talented women, who has looked at how the industry...
By Charlie Fryday, Heineken UK on-trade category and commercial strategy director
Charlie Fryday, Heineken UK on-trade category and commercial strategy director, discusses the important role staff and the local community play in the success of your outlet’s sustainability ambitions and how it can help boost sales.
Hospitality businesses are continuing to face an “incredibly challenging” recruitment landscape with vacancies in the sector still 72% higher than pre-pandemic levels, according to trade body UKHospitality (UKH).
The Night Time Industries Association (NTIA) and Savenightlife CIC have joined forces with Safeguarding Nightlife to launch the new Night Safe Champion Programme, which will focus on the key challenges faced in hospitality.