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Many of us will look back on 2020 as the year that fundamentally changed the hospitality industry. From monitoring the health of our employees, team members wearing PPE, to constantly changing rotas to accommodate consumer demand, the pandemic has certainly changed the way we operate and our traditional measures of success.
Fourth now offering the Wagestream Financial Wellbeing Platform as part of the Fourth Workforce Management solution, at no additional cost to customers using the payroll module.
The data revealed that August began to show encouraging signs of recovery across the industry, largely driven by the Government’s Eat Out to Help Out (EOTHO) scheme, the warm weather, and the fact that people began to feel more comfortable and confident to start venturing out again.
With safety and cleanliness at the forefront of everyone’s mind, and recent researching suggesting that enhanced cleaning standards will cost the hotel industry around £7 Billion, it is having a significant impact on everyone’s operational and labour costs.
We all know legislation is tightening around allergen labelling and calorie counts, but this isn’t the only reason hospitality businesses should seize the opportunity to get on top of this vital data. Increasingly, customers want to know what’s in the food they eat in restaurants and take away.
There’s much cause for renewed optimism in the hospitality sector. Great numbers of sites
are reopening across the country and the Eat Out to Help Out (EOTHO) initiative has been
an overwhelming success in its first week, driving people back into restaurants, pubs, bars
As the hospitality sector prepared for readiness to reopen from the 4th July, CGA and Fourth’s ‘Pre-Opening Nerves’ webinar delivered vital insights from both operators and hospitality consumers. Here are ten of the key highlights and considerations as the sector gets back to business.
As we move toward the hospitality sector reopening date of 4th July, Fourth held a panel webinar with Fourth customers Bankside Hotel, The Standard Hotel and Cheval Collection to explore the impact these unprecedented times are having on their workforce and…
In these unprecedented times of change and uncertainty, Fourth have partnered with Wellbee to provide customers with a solution that gives intelligent insights into the wellbeing of their teams. Employees benefit from seamless access to a simple, yet powerful tool that…
As the industry prepares to reopen, we know it is extremely difficult to anticipate and accurately plan for customer demand. Add supply chain availability challenges and reduced turnover to accommodate social distancing measures…