How To Improve Your Hospitality Staff Retention

Staff retention in the hospitality sector is low at 70% compared to the UK average of 85%. Common problems reported include a lack of control over shift patterns, low pay and benefits and a lack of guaranteed hours.

With zero-hours contracts on the rise, it is not surprising that so many in hospitality positions feel insecure in their jobs. Brexit fears and a broader shift in the entire culture of work are also at play.

Why Your New Hospitality Staff Won’t Succeed Without an Induction Plan

Many hospitality employers put in maximum effort when they are looking for staff, but that’s where the energy stops.

You might be looking to onboard an executive chef for a Michelin star restaurant or hiring a whole team of workers for a summer pop-up, the fact remains: the induction process is one of the critical elements in creating success. 

Why Hospitality Staff Are Ghosting This Year

Have you found yourself in the situation recently where you thought you had found the perfect employee for your establishment, only to have them not turn up for their first day of work? 

Are you a hospitality job seeker who was in conversation with a couple of different places and didn’t decide which one to go for until the last minute?

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