Tourism and hospitality businesses in Copeland are being asked to come forward to help create a Hospitality Work Academy to employ tailor-made talent. The Copeland Work and Skills Partnership, led by Copeland Council, wants to set up a hospitality and….
Monthly Archives: July, 2021
D&D London have announced the launch of its Summer School, a paid training programme that aims to secure employment for people with little or no previous experience looking to enter the hospitality industry. The inaugural Summer School will take place during….
Southern Wind Group, the team behind South American rodizio brand Fazenda, is rewarding all team members with an ongoing 10% pay bonus, passing on savings from the government VAT reduction to the people pursuing careers in one of the hardest hit….
The appointment follows the government’s release of its new ‘National Disability Strategy’ – diversity within hospitality employment – with officials outlining plans to offer disabled people better job support and opportunities. UK Hospitality (UKH) has appointed….
Innovation doesn’t only take place in the tech sphere, it can also be societal. Amidst the background of the migrant crisis, a catering recruitment shortage project in Oslo helps facilitate refugees’ integration into Norwegian society through work. Demonstrating that….
The Government has announced the launch of a new strategy to help England’s hospitality sector recover from the pandemic and ensure businesses thrive long term. In plans revealed today by business minister Paul Scully, the new Hospitality Strategy will….
A restaurant owner who received angry emails after asking customers to continue wearing masks has said his critics are “nuts”. Alex Claridge, who runs The Wilderness in Birmingham, said he’d been accused of “glorified virtue-signalling” after he sent out an….
The UK’s hospitality industry is experiencing rising worker shortages, with job vacancies at their highest levels since records began. Industry bodies say one in five workers have left the sector during the coronavirus pandemic, with Covid and Brexit often….
Drapers Bar, formerly Browns, has been converted into a restaurant where young hospitality talent can get training and experience. Metropolis, a new restaurant in the city that will give vital training to young people, opened in June. The restaurant, in the building….
The students are filling the ranks for the county’s catering industry, which has suffered greatly through the pandemic. Catering students from Rugby are answering the staff shortages in the hospitality industry by taking up positions across the county during….