Recruitment

Official figures: ONS data revealed the jobs market overall has seen record high numbers of vacancies (image: Getty/Tim White)

134,000 jobs still empty

By Nikkie Thatcher

Job vacancies in the food services and accommodation sector are still at more than 100,000, after rising by 25,000 from the previous quarter, official figures have revealed.

Wage increase: it is expected national living wage will be rising by 5.7% (image: Getty/ georgeclerk)

What are the average salaries for pub jobs?

By Nikkie Thatcher

Following the rumoured rise in that national living wage (NLW), The Morning Advertiser has taken a look at the average salary amounts for job across the pub sector.

What's in the news 10 September

NI hike 'a kick in the teeth'

By Ed Bedington

The Morning Advertiser spoke to multiple pub boss Dianne Irving of Drouth Ltd on the headlines of the week.

Recruitment news: politicians put more emphasis on the Real Living Wage

Real Living Wage: Best operators have ‘little to fear'

By Michelle Perrett

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.

Staff shortage: the vacancies in the accommodation and food sector make up just over a tenth of the UK's overall empty job roles (image: Getty/SolStock)

117,000 job vacancies in hospitality sector

By Nikkie Thatcher

There are currently 117,000 vacancies in the accommodation and food service sector – up from 16,000 for the same period (May to July) in 2020, according to official figures.