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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Street smart: How businesses are offering a route back to work for the homeless 26 March 2019 by

In our third feature on the staffing crisis in hospitality, Andy Lynes looks at the charities and businesses who are supporting the homeless into sustainable employment

Every cloud has a silver lining, as the old cliché goes, and the staffing difficulties currently faced by the hospitality industry are no exception. This is a golden opportunity to build on the successes of a number of initiatives across the sector to help the homeless return to or enter the workplace for the first time, benefiting both the individual and the industry while also helping to address one of the country's most pervasive and persistent social issues. There are currently 320,000 people in the UK who are homeless or in temporary accommodation, according to housing charity Shelter, including between 4,000 and 5,000 sleeping on the streets each night.

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