UKHospitality, the newly created body from the merger of the ALMR and the British Hospitality Association, is looking to engage with businesses, employees and wider stakeholders in the hospitality sector on the future of the sector’s workforce.
Michael Tomlinson MP Chair of the APPG for Youth Employment is leading the session on the 12th June.
The UKHospitality Workplace Commission 2030 aims to promote cross-departmental understanding of the importance and potential of the hospitality industry. The Commission will be holding a number of evidence sessions focusing on: promoting careers and improving retention in the industry; education and skills; and diversity of the workforce; and will publish a report including recommendations to government and the industry in the summer.
This is a timely opportunity to feed into UKHospitality’s work to promote the growth of the UK’s vibrant and innovative hospitality sector. We support businesses from all aspects of hospitality; coffee shops, hotels, pubs, restaurants, nightclubs, contract caterers and visitor attractions.
As we set our focus for the coming months ahead we would be grateful if you could respond to our call for evidence. Whether you are an employer or a stakeholder in the sector, UKHospitality would love to hear your views. We are seeking responses to a range of topics, including on skills, immigration and promoting hospitality as a career. You can respond to all or part of the call for evidence. The deadline for responding is 11th May 2018.