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The combination of a high demand for staff and low unemployment equals an increasingly small pool of workers – so, asks Martin-Christian Kent, executive director at People 1st, how can we tempt them?
The innovation and development chef at Koppert Cress UK tells Katie Pathiaki about verrines and some of the weird and wonderful flavours that can be found in microherbs
Many of Britain’s formerly vibrant seaside towns have lost their lustre in recent years. Will the suggestion of a seaside tsar help them recapture their glory days? Janet Harmer, Neil Gerrard and Katherine Price report
The Arts Club brasserie general manager and current Restaurant Manager of the Year explains what it takes to claim the title, how to remember a face and why success is all about relationships. James Stagg reports
The outgoing chair for the Lead Association for Catering in Education, Peter McGrath, talks to Katey Pigden about the school meal legacy and how there’s more for LACA still to learn
The Caterer’s Think Again campaign, highlighting the fantastic opportunities in hospitality and encouraging employers to inspire young people, is back. In the first in a series we ask: is the skills shortage worse than ever?
The pastry chef at the Mandarin Oriental Hyde Park and Highest Achiever Award winner in the Craft Guild of Chefs’ Pastry Graduate Awards talks about the competition
More information on choosing a provider before the apprenticeship levy begins is needed, says Jill Whittaker, managing director of HIT Training
Pizza Hut’s Kathryn Austin explains why the chain is calling on the industry to take a leading role when it comes to mental health problems in the workplace
Foodservice firm Sodexo is opening up its kitchen to schoolchildren and college students so they can see first hand what a career in hospitality could be like for them, says David Mulcahy, culinary director at Sodexo
It’s been three months since the UK’s momentous decision to leave the European Union, and despite the predictions of doom, it seems that hospitality businesses have had a successful summer. David Harris discovers if we might profit from the loss of the EU
More than six months after being presented with the Gold Service Scholarship by The Queen, Jennifer Santner has been on quite a journey. Piers Zangana spoke to the Sky Garden restaurant manager to see where the scholarship has taken her.
Inspiration behind the look of the UK’s newest hotels and recent refurbishments... Located in a leafy corner of Chelsea, 11 Cadogan Gardens combines sleek glamour with flamboyant theatrical style. Janet Harmer checks it out
Sometimes it’s better to reach a gold standard and perfect the skills you have, says Peter Hancock, chief executive of Pride of Britain Hotels
With the sector facing a staffing shortfall for the foreseeable future, The Caterer is relaunching Think Again to encourage young people into hospitality careers. Associate editor Neil Gerrard outlines the campaign