Latest figures from Fourth, the leading global software partner to the hospitality and leisure industries, highlight the extent to which UK hospitality industries, most notably restaurants, rely on
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As reported by MCA, the latest figures from Fourth show more than two-fifths of workers in the restaurant, QSR, hotel and pub sectors are foreign nationals
According to the latest analysis by Fourth, real hourly pay in hospitality has raced ahead of the National Living Wage to hit £7.71 and could rise to £8.50 by April.
Real hourly pay has raced ahead of the national living wage from £7.20 to £7.71 as the competition for people from hospitality and retail companies intensifies, writes Mike Shi
The team, comprising Kathryn Wright (senior payroll manager), Vicky Cresswell (payroll supervisor and trainer), Sue Crossley (team leader and trainer) and Alison Walker (team leader and trainer) pr
The Morning Advertiser Reports: Thousands of workers in the UK hospitality industry are being paid more than the national living wage
According to Fourth Analytics, the average pay rate for workers in the trade, including workers under 21 and those aged between 21 and 24, is £7.71 an hour after rising by 12.6% since 2014.
Fourth, the leading global software partner to the hospitality and leisure industries, revealed figures showing that actual pay is significantly outstripping new legal minimum wage thresholds.
Fourth, the global software partner for the industry, found that the average hourly pay for all ages in hospitality this October is £7.71 - up 12.6% in the past two years.
The reality of hourly pay-rate inflation has been revealed by Fourth, with figures showing that actual pay is significantly outstripping new legal minimum wage thresholds in hospitality.