Five simple ways to keep employees happy

As an employer, it is crucial that you keep your employees happy within the workplace. You may not have considered this before, but it is an hugely important part of your role; after all, unhappy employees are not productive, they don’t go the extra mile, and they don’t offer a good overall impression of yourContinue reading Five simple ways to keep employees happy

Casual Dining Group completes pilot of refugee work experience programme

Casual Dining Group (CDG) has completed a pilot programme that helps Syrian refugees gain skills and experience to work in the hospitality industry. The programme, run in partnership with the Department for Work and Pensions, World Jewish Relief and SPS Training Solutions, saw nine refugees undergo three weeks’ training that included work at Bella ItaliaContinue reading Casual Dining Group completes pilot of refugee work experience programme

ARKELL’S BREWERY TO OPEN ITS DOORS FOR A RECRUITMENT EVENT

Arkell’s Brewery is opening its doors to host a recruitment event on Tuesday 26th March for anyone thinking of becoming a landlord or landlady. The event is designed to provide anyone attending with an insight into what it takes to run a pub and the entrepreneurial opportunity it can create. From developing your own brandContinue reading ARKELL’S BREWERY TO OPEN ITS DOORS FOR A RECRUITMENT EVENT

Apprenticeships are the way forward, says Candice Brown

Great British Bake Off 2016 winner Candice Brown spoke to The Morning Advertiser about using her platform to promote apprenticeships in the hospitality sector. Brown was attending a hospitality apprenticeship showcase event at the House of Commons last week during National Apprentice Week (NAW). Speakers at the event said it was crucial career opportunities inContinue reading Apprenticeships are the way forward, says Candice Brown

Hospitality businesses hailed ‘heroes of the high streets’

A government report into the future of the high street suggested focusing on green space, leisure, arts and culture, health and social care services businesses instead of retail Hospitality trade bodies have applauded the housing, communities and local government’s report which was published today (21 February) and said high streets and town centres needed toContinue reading Hospitality businesses hailed ‘heroes of the high streets’