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Research on salaries by The Change Group has found that British hospitality workers are paid, on average 18 per cent more than their European counterparts

British hospitality workers earn 18% more than EU counterparts

By Mark Wingett

British restaurant employees are earning on average 18 per cent more than those from other EU countries and 20 per cent more than people from non-­EU countries, according to new research from hospitality recruiter, The Change Group.

Eating habits: 51 per cent of millennials expect to eat more healthily over the coming years.

Half of millennials moving to healthier diet

By James Wallin

New research has shown an increasing appetite for healthy eating – with 47 per cent of millennials saying they have changed their dining habits over the last year towards a healthier diet.

The National Living Wage has not had as much of an impact on recruitment as predicted according to our survey

NLW has minimal impact on hospitality's recruitment plans

By Emma Eversham

The introduction of the National Living Wage is having less of an impact on the recruitment plans of the majority of small businesses in the hospitality industry with 29 per cent actually increasing salaries to help retain staff.