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 Association of Licenced Multiple Retailers (ALMR) – a national trade body representing licensed hospitality operators has today asked the government to ensure that licensed hospitality businesses are guaran ... Read more
Challenges galore lie ahead after Brexit, delegates at the 24th Master Innholders Annual General Managers’ Conference were told last week. Janet Harmer reports from the event at the Hilton London Bankside hote ... Read more
“It’s not just who you know, it’s who you listen to,” was the advice of 2015 Gold Service Scholarship winner Daniele Quattromini to hospitality students at the annual Student Learning and Development Forum.
Incoming Hotelier of the Year Craig Bancroft has made an impassioned pledge “to make a difference” with a national multi-million pound campaign to tackle the skills shortage that is threatening the future of th ... Read more
EU nationals currently employed in London should be issued with a visa to allow them to remain working in London after Brexit, according to proposals from London Chamber of Commerce and Industry (LCCI).
The combination of a high demand for staff and low unemployment equals an increasingly small pool of workers – so, asks Martin-Christian Kent, executive director at People 1st, how can we tempt them?