Recruitment & training

Recruitment & training

With an estimated 236,000 extra jobs expected to be created in hospitality by 2015 there has never been a greater need to find the right people to fill them. Recruiting the right staff, developing their skills and retaining them is essential for a successful business, so it is important to know how to do it. Read about the latest trends in recruitment, top tips from experts and more here.

Tom Byng to step down as Byron CEO

Tom Byng to step down as Byron CEO

By Mark Wingett

Tom Byng is to step down as chief executive of Byron, the better burger business he founded in 2007 and has grown to a £80m-­turnover, 69­-strong business.

People On The Move In Hospitality: November 2016

People On The Move In Hospitality: November 2016

By Hannah Thompson

From key board and chef appointments at D&D London, and new chefs and managers nationwide, to new roles at top hotel groups Brown's, Travelodge and Hilton, we look at the biggest moves this month

The Clink Restaurants reduce prisoner re-offending by 41 per cent

The Clink Restaurants reduce prisoner re-offending by 41%

By Hannah Thompson

The Clink Charity – the hospitality and restaurant training scheme for prisoners operating across the UK – reduces re-offending rates among male ex-offenders by a “statistically significant” 41 per cent, a new report has shown.

People on the Move in Hospitality: October 2016

People on the Move in Hospitality: October 2016

By Emma Eversham

October has seen a number of high profile appointments across the hospitality sector, including new food and beverage directors at Macdonald Hotels and Fairmont St Andrews and general managers at The Aviator Hotel and The Dorchester.

Research on salaries by The Change Group has found that British hospitality workers are paid, on average 18 per cent more than their European counterparts

British hospitality workers earn 18% more than EU counterparts

By Mark Wingett

British restaurant employees are earning on average 18 per cent more than those from other EU countries and 20 per cent more than people from non-­EU countries, according to new research from hospitality recruiter, The Change Group.

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