WEBINAR

The Hospitality Workforce Webinar – November 2021

A deep dive into the state of the hospitality workforce

The last 18 months have been devastating for the hospitality industry and its workforce, as a result of the impact of the pandemic and the UK exiting the European Union.

This potent combination has led to swathes of job losses, staffing shortages and a fundamental shift in the make-up of the sector’s workforce.

Using our Analytics database that pools insight from more than 700 companies across the restaurant, QSR, pub, bar and hotel sectors, we’re hosting a webinar with senior figures from across the hospitality industry, to shine a light on our data, highlight the key challenges and identify how the sector is recovering from the pandemic.

Take a deep dive into the state of the workforce and find out how you, as an operator, can tackle the challenge.

 
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