Hospitality sector's efforts to attract new employees are "beginning to pay off" but unemployment levels have continued to stifle the industry's "ability to drive growth” trade body UKHospitality (UKH) has stated.
With staffing challenges continuing to cause headaches for pub operators, the Lock In team tackle some of the issues that are causing the sector problems and have a bit of discussion about baldness discrimination...
Grass-roots campaign, Hospitality Rising, has secured about £350,000 in pre-launch seed funding in order to introduce a campaign of up to £5m to tackle the ongoing employment crisis within the hospitality sector.
For the first time since the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic, all sectors within hospitality saw staff headcount increase in October, compared to last year, but staffing levels were still down 18% in comparison to the same period two years ago.
Greater Manchester business leaders are urging hospitality employers to sign up to Greater Manchester’s Good Employment Charter and raise the standards of working conditions in the sector in order to attract and retain staff.
Chancellor of the Exchequer Rishi Sunak has confirmed the Coronavirus Job Retention Scheme (CJRS) will be extended until the end of September and employers will be asked to partially pay towards hours worked from the summer.
People 1st has set out its response to the Government's T level consultation and said the qualifications could be an "important cog in the wheel" that can help find a solution to the skills shortage facing hospitality employers
After a pub landlord has been blasted this week for firing five staff members via text and Facebook, The Morning Advertiser finds out the best way of letting your staff go - and avoiding a potentially costly employment tribunal and a damaged reputation.
With the Department for Education hosting its inaugural Skills Summit today (30 November), the Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers (ALMR) has implored the Government to include workers in the eating and drinking-out sector in plans to promote skills...