The good news is that 79 percent of managers feel that the UK has the workforce available to fill any future shortfalls, meaning roles are attainable for those looking to pursue a career in hospitality. The seven hospitality roles most at risk of staff shortages as a result of Brexit have been revealed.
Published: 9 November 2019
More than nine in ten (91 percent) professionals with black heritage and 81 percent with Asian heritage believe their chances of selection for a job have been reduced because of their ethnicity. This is compared to only 18 percent of those with white British heritage.
Published: 3 November 2019
When asked about their most embarrassing moments in an interview, UK workers said circumstances beyond their control are often to blame. 11 percent admitted to leaving the interview red faced with profuse sweating, sneezing fits and endless coughing listed as top blunders.
Published: 5 September 2019
Temporary workers, whether they choose to work this way for the flexibility benefits it brings or because they are temping while looking for a permanent role, will often benefit more from investment than managers and senior staff, who are more able to access training under the current system.
Published: 12 August 2019
The High Court was asked to determine whether the directors of the defendant company should be personally liable for the breaches of the claimants' employment contracts. It was argued that the directors had, in bad faith and in breach of their own statutory duties.
Published: 25 April 2019
A snapshot of the changes in global mobility and immigration from around the world over the past two months. Contributor ... View Article
Published: 20 February 2019
According to the 2019 Salary Guide, more than half of CEOs (53%) admit finding candidates with data analysis and digital skills – as well as softer skills, such as resilience, adaptability to change and critical thinking – a challenge in the current market.
Published: 14 January 2019
The Government’s workplace reforms to do go far enough - they do not go so far as banning zero-hour contracts. Given that the tribunal system is already creaking under the strain of a huge increase in claims since the abolition of fees, the government could have been more robust to stem likely further litigation in this area of zero-hour contracts.
Published: 30 December 2018
Michael Wakeling, a partner at Midlands law firm Lodders, explained: “The recent case involved facilities management company Tenon FM and its former employee Ms Susan Cawley, who began employment at the company in 2008, was given a number of promotions, before being appointed operations director.
Published: 14 December 2018
Demand for ‘Hybrid PAs’, who combine traditional PA skills with specialist knowledge in areas such as marketing, events and project management, has driven a 36 percent increase in permanent support staff roles in 2018. The report into the UK’s support staff market also reveals a 11 percent growth in salaries, significantly higher than the national average.
Published: 7 December 2018