A hospitality code of conduct can help secure our future talent and show that the industry is changing for the better, says Sean Wheeler
Recruiting and retaining staff has long been a challenge for the hospitality industry. The sector faces a number of misconceptions, such as low pay, unsociable hours, limited opportunities to develop and a lack of long-term careers.
Compounding this challenge is the evolving labour market, which means we are
competing for talent in a smaller pool, so businesses need to be highly effective and flexible in how they attract, engage and interact with their teams.
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