Training

Stab wounds: pubs in London’s financial district are set to receive kits to control heavy bleeding

City of London pubs to be given stab kits

By Emily Hawkins

Pubs in London’s financial district are set to receive bleed control kits in response to rising knife crime in the area, police bosses have announced.

Warning: research shows certain abuse rises over festive period

Pub staff warned of increased abuse over Christmas

By Nicholas Robinson

Pub and hospitality workers have been warned to brace themselves for more customer confrontation over the festive period, after research found a significant number of consumers had witnessed abusive behaviour towards those in customer-facing roles last...

Hard stat: more than 10m people in the UK have a criminal record

Could hiring ex-offenders help tackle chef shortage?

By Nikkie Thatcher

How do you solve these problems: rehabilitating prisoners so they can rejoin society in a working capacity and an industry crying out for employees to fill huge staff shortages? Charity group Only A Pavement Away has the answers.

More than pulling pints: recruiting and retaining staff in the hospitality sector is an ongoing problem but pub companies are going above and beyond to help

Spotlight

Busting the myths around jobs in hospitality

By Nikkie Thatcher

Guest editor Simon Longbottom sets the brief for this issue’s Spotlight feature, which looks at debunking the myths surrounding jobs in the hospitality sector.

River safety: pubs are encouraged to sign up to training to help people who get into trouble in rivers around York (image: RNLI/Nathan Williams)

Pubs offered river rescue training

By Emily Hawkins

Staff at riverside pubs will be trained on how to rescue drinkers who experience trouble in the waters around York.

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