7 Articles found


  • Six tips to Keep Your Hospitality Staff Happy

    Whether you manage a restaurant, a bar or hotel; finding good staff is only half the battle. Once you’ve spent the time and money on advertising and recruiting for your staff, then trained them, you want to ensure that once they’re in place; they are happy, content, and loyal in their roles. In this post, we outline some key tips to help you keep your hospitality staff happy. ...read more
  • How to become a chef in the UK

    If you’re already a chef abroad, and you are thinking about moving to the UK for a job in catering, you might be wondering the best way to find work as a chef. In this post we provide you with a summary of the information you will need to help...read more
  • What Impact will Brexit have on the hospitality Industry?

    With daily speculation and a lot of uncertainty still looming around Brexit, it is difficult to know exactly what is going on and when anything is actually going to happen. In this post, we look specifically at what impact Brexit will have on the hospitality sector in the UK. Restaurants, Hotels and others in hospitality account for employing almost half a million EU workers. Under the current EU legislation, a worker is able to come to the UK without needing any type of Visa or work permit. The only stipulation is that an employer needs to undertake a legal right to work check prior to giving them employment. The flexibility this has given to the labour market in the UK is phenomenal, and the hospitality sector, in particular, has benefited greatly from this. One could almost go as far as to say that the industry has become reliant on immigrant workers and there is a rather worrying danger that we are going to become a less-attractive place for these job seekers going forward. Brexit Is Already Affecting This Sector...read more
  • How to negotiate the best pay in the hospitality sector

    In an article produced recently by the London Assembly, they called for the hospitality sector to increase workers’ wages. London Mayor Sadiq Khan urged the industry not only to improve working conditions but also increase pay, in line with our friends across the pond. It seems those in the US are a little ahead of the game when it comes to offering hospitality workers a fair deal. The tourism and hospitality sector provides a vital part of the overall economy in the UK. The Mayor fears that Brexit will further exacerbate the pay and equality issues due to the fact that more than 20% of employees come from Europe. He, along with many others, feel that companies need to uphold their social and moral responsibility to treat staff in the hospitality sector more ethically. In this article, we talk about ways to negotiate the best pay in the hospitality sector. ...read more