Hospitality employers are facing the pressures of accelerated wage inflation, as the hourly pay of UK workers continues to outstrip the National Living Wage (NLW).
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Hotel F&B Magazine looks at how embracing technology and apps can help F&B venues stay on a par with the catering industry
Electronic Point of Sale (EPoS) is one such piece of equipment that is both helpful to front of house and back of house staff.
Mike Shipley, Analytics & Insight Solutions Director at Fourth comments on Employee Engagement in Hotel F&B Magazine
"Operators should not underestimate the importance of employee satisfaction, especially in the service industry," says Shipley.
The Restaurant Magazine looks at how Pizza Express are using Fourth Engage to improve Employee Engagement
Communications with staff are increasingly switching away from email and intranet and towards smartphone apps, such as the Fourth Engage app, which is currently being used by PizzaExpress.
When it comes to business analysis, Fourth Analytics software and other similar systems can be very effective tools.
Fourth's Labour Productivity Module allows operators to move away from weekly rota planning to daily, thereby improving sales performance.
Women working in frontline jobs within the hospitality industry are being paid marginally more per hour than men, according to data published by software company Fourth.
As reported in MCA, statistics from Fourth reveal that frontline female staff in the UK hospitality industry are paid marginally more than men per hour.
Fourth has revealed the gender pay gap between frontline workers in the UK hospitality industry, with figures showing that- overall- women are being paid marginally more per hour than men.
As reported by Eat Out Magazine, Fourth statistics reveal that overall women are being paid more than men
As reported in Eat Out magazine, Fourth statistics reveal that overall women are being paid marginally more per hour than men across the restaurant, pub, quick service restaurant (QSR), and hotel s