Job sharing, flexible hours and a warm welcome back will do wonders if you want to support women on career breaks with their return to hospitality – and it will cut your costs, too, says Admiral Recruitment fou ... Read more
The image of the bullying, shouting chef snorting coke in the cold store is not one that many working in hospitality today would recognise, but it has come back to life in a recent article in The Guardian about ... Read more
Trailblazer apprenticeships are benefiting from government funding as well as the apprenticeship levy, but employers still need to ensure their trainees turn their apprenticeships into careers. We asked the lea ... Read more
The Caterer held an online question and answer session last week in association with HIT Training to give employers the opportunity to ask experts Jill Whittaker and Tony Allen about the levy With the introduct ... Read more
A newspaper article that published personal accounts of debauchery, bullying, excessive hours and sexism in hospitality businesses does not fairly represent the industry and involves only a “tiny minority”.
Uber-chic Firmdale Hotels has come up with a fun way to keep its staff tuned in, switched on and keen as mustard by launching the Employee Engagement Week. Rosalind Mullen dropped in for a day
Compass has a stated aim: for 50% of its chef workforce to be women by 2020. So the foodservice giant’s Women in Food event asked how to champion female chefs and attract more into the industry. Rosalind Mullen ... Read more