For those looking for a career working with great employers and as specialists within hotels, restaurants, pubs, bars and food service – hospitality is definitely the industry for them.
More and more employers are unveiling their own journeys throughout their careers, which proves to be a useful aid for individuals looking to work in hospitality. Here at Caterer.com, we’re firm believers in organisations giving potential employees insights on how to acquire the right kind of experience and skills to succeed.
We went to see Caroline Lowe, director of human resources at Hilton Heathrow Terminal 5, to ask her about her career in the hotel industry and her advice on how to encourage potential employees to seek a job in hospitality.
Check out her interview here:
The 2012 London Olympic Games are going to present a great opportunity for the hospitality and tourism sectors to grow. In a recent survey, over three quarters of UK hospitality business (78%) thought that there would be long term benefits to the whole industry, thanks to the Games.
Are jobseekers better off going for that chef’s role in the hustle and bustle of London, or working as a hotel manager in the quiet of rural Yorkshire? It’s not as straightforward as it might sound, and in the run up to the 2012 Olympics, we’ve taken a look at hospitality jobs across the length and breadth of the UK to find out just where the growth, competition and available roles are. Take aim at our infographic below and dive in.
Catering for the Olympics is a huge task for the hospitality sector. Read on to find out if we’re ready to take on the Olympic legacy.
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