Training

How are you? Your wellbeing matters: The LTC has offered advice on a healthy lifestyle and publicans have been advised to digitally disconnect by Speakap

How can publicans look after their wellbeing?

By Emily Hawkins

Industry experts have advised operators who are still feeling the impact of a busy festive trading period or are worried about the upcoming month on how they can best look after their wellbeing.

Not just a fad: Sustainable Restaurant Association's Andrew Stephen says pubs should incorporate long-term sustainable habits into their business

Sustainability, a fad?

By Nicholas Robinson

It is the ‘in word’ right now, but sustainability shouldn’t be treated as a passing fad. More consumers are seeking venues that will give them the feel-good factor, while businesses have to be more aware of their environmental impact in a bid to better...

Friendly face: making sure the working culture is good will lead to happy customers

In association with Barclaycard

Create company culture like Hippo Inns

By Stuart Stone

It may be a struggle to attract staff but if you get the right people, train and treat them well, you will get rewards

Eight [years] has been great: Nikkie Sutton, senior food and drink reporter at The Morning Advertiser

Opinion

Why I still work in a pub

By Nikkie Sutton

For me, my local pub means so many things. It’s the place where I met my soon-to-be husband; made relationships with some of my best friends; somewhere I can walk into at any time of the day (or night); and it’s also where I feel safe and part of a community.

Purple pound: what long-term changes can your business make to improve disabled customers' experiences?

What is Purple Tuesday?

By Emily Hawkins

Purple Tuesday – the UK’s first day focused on making shopping and dining out accessible for disabled customers – took place today (Tuesday 13 November).

Be realistic: Brewhouse & Kitchen's Kris Gumbrell says university students are saddled with high debts and little genuine job prospects

B&K work offer to politicians over 'unskilled' jibe

By Stuart Stone

Brewhouse & Kitchen (B&K) chief executive Kris Gumbrell discussed hospitality's status as 'the accidental career' after former Apprentice contestant Frances Bishop told the BBC that working behind a bar taught her more than university.

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