What You Need To Know When Onboarding Hospitality Workers

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The workplace should be a place of harmony and high productivity, where everyone is working together towards a common goal. Bringing together the various personalities in the workplace is a task that may
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Last week saw the European Union introduce new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR). The Regulation seeks to create a harmonised data protection law framework across the EU and aims to give back

On face value, retail is a fairly safe industry. However, we know what happens when complacency creeps in. Although not truly classified as ‘high risk’ there are safety risks and hazards to be addressed. And

The hospitality industry is nimble and very fast-paced. Turnover is high, and often, hospitality workers will work at multiple venues in different environments, perhaps even under different conditions.

The hospitality industry is one of the most volatile job industries out there. Turnover is rife, with many people moving from job to job in search of better hours, better pay, or often just a better environment.

Managing a retail workforce can be a challenge. It’s a fast-paced environment, punctuated by a contingent of casual workers, high turnover and seasonal peaks. On this basis, it’s imperative that you

A safe workplace should be a key social right. Every individual should have inherent confidence about working safely and returning home to their personal life every day without injury. April 28th was

As it was World Safety Day on the weekend, with the 2018 focus on young worker safety, we asked our content writer and young uni student Ben about his experiences to date, his knowledge of safety, his