The Caterer is set to launch a groundbreaking new quarterly survey to gauge the mood of both UK hospitality staff and their employers, as part of a collaboration with hospitality and promotions staffing agency ... Read more
In July 2015, the government announced that it will introduce a new National Living Wage, meaning over 25s must be paid £7.20 an hour, rising to a projected £9.35 by 2020. With the legislation set to come into ... Read more
A new survey has suggested that the new National Living Wage, set to come into force in April 2016, is sending “shockwaves” through the labour market as employers seek to minimise extra costs.
The news that business secretary Sajid Javid has ordered an investigation into tipping in restaurants – following recent reports in the London Evening Standard that found that a proportion of the service charge ... Read more
The biggest losers of the budget will be the employees who will lose their jobs as a result of the need to keep wage costs down, says hotelier Tim Hart, owner of Hambleton Hall in Rutland for 35 years