Category Archives: British Hospitality Association

UKHospitality respond to PCA anonymity waiver

   BII & UKHospitality respond to PCA anonymity waiver The British Institute of Innkeeping (BII) and UKHospitality have responded to the announcement that pub companies subject to the Pubs Code have offered to waive anonymity in arbitration decisions. Mike Clist, BII Chief Executive said: “We welcome the decision of the six pub companies that have… Read More »

Cost pressures risk sector job creation, warns UKHospitality

Cost pressures risk sector job creation, warns UKHospitality UKHospitality has warned the Government that taxation and regulatory pressures risk undoing the good work and job creation carried out by the hospitality sector since 2008. The warning follows the publication of data by the Office for National Statistics that shows 31,000 fewer jobs compared to same… Read More »

Mobility and retention two key concerns for the hospitality industry

Mobility and retention two key concerns for the hospitality industry   HR leaders from across the hospitality industry today (9th May 2018) told politicians that mobility and retention are two key concerns for the wider industry. The first session of the Hospitality Workforce 2030 Commission focused on recruitment and retention in the hospitality industry and heard… Read More »

Hospitality industry responds to PHE’s Calorie Reduction report

  Hospitality industry responds to PHE’s Calorie Reduction report The UK’s leading hospitality trade body, UKHospitality, today warned Public Health England (PHE) not to overburden hospitality businesses as it unveiled its Calorie Reduction report. The report unveiled new evidence surrounding childhood and adult obesity as well as further measures to combat the problem, including a… Read More »