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How big is hospitality's skills shortage?

18 October 2016
How big is hospitality's skills shortage?

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 of articles, David Harris asks: is the skills shortage worse now than ever before?

Getting good staff has always been a challenge for British hotels and restaurants. There are plenty of well trained, highly motivated people out there; it's just that there aren't enough of them. In one sense this is a positive thing: the industry is thriving so much that it needs more trained staff all the time. The skills gap is a classic case of demand outstripping supply.

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