The 29th March is now only a few weeks away, the pressures on our sector continue to grow through a volitle economic backdrop. A heavy reliance on EU nationals, all time low UK unemployment rates and competition with other sectors to attract the talent pool available means that “what next” for the sector to attract and retain talent in an everchanging market place is vital.
The 'What Next' Breakfast Briefing will be a platform for sharing best practice, develop forward thinking engagement models, explore innovation and use of technology, identify holistic models of staff engagement are required to sustain and grow our industry.
We will discuss:
This 'What Next' Breakfast Briefing will bring together a panel of experts to provide insight and lead a discussion to engage, drive and shape our collective thinking.
Expert panel announced so far:
Jill Whittaker / MD / HIT Training
Kate Nicholls / CEO / UKHospitality
Maria Stanford / People and Talent Director / WSH
Dan Grantham / Talent Attraction Manager / Yo! Sushi
Thursday, 28th February 2019
08:30 — 10:30 GMT
Charlotte Street Hotel, 15-17 Charlotte Street, Fitzrovia, London, W1T 1RJ
This event is sponsored by HIT Training.
McMullen’s chose HIT as its sole external provider for Apprenticeships and vocational qualifications in early 2015 and since then we have found them a pleasure to work with. Their expertise in this sector is superior and they have proven to be a professional and supportive partner who have a passion for learning and development, which matches our own organisation.
Encouraging our staff to improve their skills set and supporting them through apprenticeships and training programmes underlines our commitment to help them further develop their own careers. Offering the Level 4 Higher Apprenticeship also gives the Brend Group a point of difference which I’m convinced will help attract new members of staff in the future.
Our partnership with HIT has certainly made recruitment much easier in a very difficult labour market and gives us a point of difference in an increasingly competitive environment. Kew Green has also benefited enormously from well trained, skilled and competent staff who contribute significantly to the ever improving and high levels of customer experience that our guests expect and deserve.
Apprenticeships allow us to give people a great opportunity to develop a career with us and learn a skill or trade that will accompany them throughout their career and life. We see progression to the Level 4 qualification as key to our strategy of providing development at all stages of an employee’s career with Harrison.
We chose HIT as our training provider not only because of their specialist knowledge of the hospitality industry, but also because of their genuine passion for our brand and their understanding of our company culture. We believe that they can deliver our training to a very high standard whilst passing on our company ethos and values. Their attention to detail is second to none.
There is a shortage of skilled chefs within in our industry at present and any organisation that truly believes in the value of training and development of bright future stars will enable themselves to be in a strong position for the years ahead. Investing in smart training and development is at the heart of what we do within WSH, so it has been refreshing to work alongside HIT within our Baxterstorey Chef Academy.
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