5 reasons why recruitment is so important for the hospitality sector

By Frances Gillespie

Recruitment often seems like a huge challenge for the hospitality sector, and coming across these statistics from London Loves Business brought home to me the reasons why in the future, it will become even more challenging.   By 2020, an estimated 475,000 to 660,000 new hospitality jobs are forecast for the UK. The hospitality sector …

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7 ways to keep your team engaged and motivated:

By Frances Gillespie

It’s hard enough getting and retaining the right staff for your hotel, bar or restaurant: it’s another job keeping them engaged and motivated, particularly at your busiest times. Make it a little easier by looking at these 7 steps you can use to keep your team on track this year: 1. Create realistic expectations during …

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What you learn from a Disciplinary Workshop

Recruitment & Selection – 4 steps to consider:

By Frances Gillespie

Ideally, you want to have the pick of the right candidates when recruiting for your business. Our aim is to help you become a preferred employer for those seeking jobs in the industry, by ensuring you have the best process in place to attract and retain the best talent. This means providing you with tailored …

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Employee Surveys – 3 reasons why they are a good idea:

By Frances Gillespie

You may feel  you have your finger firmly on the pulse of your hospitality business and that you don’t need any further feedback. Think again! There are 3 strong reasons why your bar, hotel or restaurant could benefit from a staff survey: 1. The majority of your employees deal directly with your customers: they are the …

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Shared Parental Leave – what could this mean for your site?

By Frances Gillespie

You may now start seeing requests for Shared Parental Leave (ShPL) coming through, due to the new rules that were introduced in April 2015. Under these rules, if a woman wants to go back to work early, without using her full maternity leave/pay entitlement, her partner can pick up this remaining entitlement. The upshot is that you may see an …

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