There is just one month left to enter Best Places to Work in Hospitality 2019, the awards that recognise the Top 30 employers in the sector.
Run in partnership with Purple Cubed and sponsored by Umbrella Training, the awards shine a spotlight on those who demonstrate exceptional skill at employee engagement and empower their staff to deliver business improvements.
Entries close on 15 February and all employee surveys must be completed by 28 February for businesses to be considered for the Top 30 Best Places to Work in Hospitality.
Those entering not only benefit from all the insight from our unique employee report, but will also feature in the Top 30 hospitality employers list, which sets a business apart as an employer of choice.
Operators who make the Top 30 will also gain a free place at the People Summit 2019 at the British Library on 15 May. What's more, the six highest achievers will be shortlisted for the Best Employer Catey.
The Caterer deputy editor James Stagg said: "Our Best Places to Work in Hospitality awards highlight those businesses that really care about their staff, who in turn care about their guests. Those who enter and make the Top 30 benefit from a crucial differentiator when it comes to recruitment.
"All entrants receive a clear, practical report on how business improvements can be made, while the top employers are offered a free place at our People Summit and are championed as employers of choice."
If you want to be considered one of the Best Places to Work in Hospitality, enter today.
Six reasons to enter the Best Places to Work in Hospitality •Be recognised as a best place to work in hospitality
•Attract the best talent; engage and retain them
•Receive insight from an employee report specifically created for hospitality
•Identify what's important to your people and understand what really matters to your teams
•Free People Summit place
•Have the opportunity to be shortlisted for the 2018 Best Employer Catey
How it works Visit the Best Places to Work in Hospitality website and complete your company details.
There is a payment of £250 per company, which covers the cost of the employee report.
Once you have paid you will receive an email from Purple Cubed containing your unique employee survey link, which is completed anonymously. We will also send you an example email to send to your employees to encourage their participation.
You can now ask employees to complete the survey, which should take about 10 minutes (it's anonymous and is treated in complete confidence).
Closing date for entries is 15 February 2019.