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Trade-wide issue: all firms across the industry are suffering from the staff recruitment crisis (image: Getty/sasar)

All hospitality firms looking for workers

By Nikkie Thatcher

Every business in the hospitality sector has job roles to be filled currently, an industry-wide survey has revealed, with recruitment for front-of-house staff at the fore.

New cash: the polymer £20 note first entered circulation in February 2020

Paper £20 to be withdrawn in 2022

By Nikkie Thatcher

The old paper £20 and £50 notes will be no longer be considered legal tender from 30 September 2022, the Bank of England has announced.

Staff shortage: the recruitment crisis in the trade has meant wages have risen (image: Getty/Volha Shakhava)

Wages driven up by staff shortages

By MCA

The average wages of pub and restaurant workers have risen by as much as 14%, driven by a shortage of staff in the hospitality sector.

Improvement required: 'We need to stop talking about it and make serious strides to making this an industry to be proud of, not just a part time job before people move onto bigger and better things'

Opinion

Is the hospitality sector suffering from its reluctance to invest in staff?

By Heath Ball, managing director, Frisco Group

It’s no secret that that most hospitality businesses are suffering from a staff shortage – yes, even you Mr Martin – but while we look at Brexit and Covid-19 as the perpetrators of the problem, should we be looking closer to home for answers?

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