Eighteen months on from what was described as hospitality’s #MeToo moment, the industry’s workers remain uncertain about what protections they have against workplace harassment. Emma Lake speaks to members of t ... Read more
Muslims working in hospitality face a tricky few weeks during Ramadan, balancing religious commitments of fasting and prayer with the physical demands of working in busy businesses. Noella Pio Kivlehan report
Approximately one in four people will experience a mental health problem each year, but who can managers, directors and owners turn to when they are struggling with their mental health, and what should they be ... Read more
In the first of a series of features on the staffing crisis in hospitality, Katherine Price looks at how businesses are making it easy for new parents to return to work, with flexible hours, part-time solutions ... Read more
It’s all change for managing and recruiting employees this year: embrace the gig economy, allow staff to set their own hours, and don’t be afraid to poach people from other companies. In short, break all the ru ... Read more
When a staff member leaves, they often take valuable industry knowledge and know-how with them. Michael Papaioannou explains how to anticipate and manage this by rethinking your company culture
Kew Green Hotels has launched a recruitment platform that allows prospective employees to submit a short video instead of a CV, in a move it hopes will make roles accessible to more applicants.
With the winter behind us, many workers will be looking forward to the summer bank holidays. However, those in the hospitality industry are quite likely to be working on bank holidays and quite a few of these w ... Read more