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The Hospitality Workforce Report: November 2021

Our latest workforce report for 2021 is now available and comes at a crucial time.

With the nation slowly beginning to move again and getting back to socialising and booking staycations, more hours are being worked in the sector, more staff members are being recruited rather than leaving the industry and more money is being spent in bars, pubs, restaurants and hotels compared to last year.

While the results in this report seem to show that the sector is heading in the right direction, there is still so much holding it back from reaching pre-pandemic levels.

Rising utility bills, inflation, ongoing supply issues, staffing shortages and the introduction of a higher minimum wage rate turns the pressure on operators at an all-time high.

Download this report now to discover the current status of the industry and what hospitality leaders are doing to get back on their feet.

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