The writing's on the wall 15 November 2019 The time for making your business sustainable is now. Find out how hospitality’s leaders, including Sue Williams and Chantelle 
Nicholson, are going green in The Caterer ’s Sustainability Special
In this week's issue... The writing's on the wall The time for making your business sustainable is now. Find out how hospitality’s leaders, including Sue Williams and Chantelle Nicholson, are going green in The [...]
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Viewpoint: A job for life…why not? 14 June 2019 by

With the industry's staff shortage only set to worsen after Brexit, Peter Hancock asks why we suffer from an absence of older hospitality workers

During a recent break in Rome, my wife and I happened upon a delightful restaurant just far enough away from the main attractions to qualify as a "discovery" by our reckoning. It appeared to have been last decorated in the 1950s and was absurdly cheap for the quality of the food. At 7pm it was stuffed with locals who gave the impression they went there regularly and so even at that early hour the place had a great atmosphere. In one corner were two clerics, redolent of an episode of Father Ted.

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