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Recruitment: Making hospitality an attractive career option

Hospitality businesses are making efforts to make the industry look more appealing

With the continued growth of the hospitality sector, combined with the lowest unemployment rate since 2008, finding new recruits is set to become more and more challenging. So where can restaurants, hotels and pubs find potential candidates, and what can they do to make the industry an attractive career prospect?

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‘Chickenisation’ and the rise of gluten-free labelling are some of the menu trends outlined in Allegra Foodservice’s latest report.

Salt beef bar concept Delancey&Co comes to London

Delancey&Co will be opening in London this autumn, a modern take on a New York-style salt beef and smoked salmon bar. 

Warning over employment checks as government doubles fines for illegal workers

As the government cracks down on illegal workers, hospitality employers have been urged to carry out stringent right-to-work checks on potential staff.

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