Increasing pressure on hospitality operators to pay the Real Living Wage (RLW) is likely to prove to be an irresistible force for those who want to employ the best staff, workforce management specialist Bizimply has predicted.
Those of us within the hospitality industry are well aware that we face a staff crisis; there is no disputing that we are experiencing rising worker shortages, with job vacancies at higher-than-ever levels.
Members of the Brilliant Woman Boardroom 2019 programme from the pub sector – and the scheme’s founder Jackie Moody-McNamara – share their thoughts on the challenges facing women in the hospitality sector
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?
One of the key challenges of reopening has been on the staffing front, from re-energising long furloughed team members, through to recruiting replacements and training teams back up to speed. The Lock In podcast team take a deep dive into those issues,...
It's all about the people in this episode of the podcast as the team talk training, furlough challenges, keeping teams engaged, future recruitment challenges and we speak to special guest Jamie Campbell from CPL Learning to get his advice and tips...
The chaotic release of A-Level results further highlights the need to develop high calibre hospitality apprenticeships as an alternative to higher education, Brewhouse & Kitchen’s Kris Gumbrell has said.