Top Hospitality News & Ideas This Week

By: HospitalityHub
13 February, 2020

This week: Bali hotel lends a hand to Australian bushfire relief - Is At Table Ordering the future of service? - ‘Archaic’ liquor licence conditions abolished in NSW - and more.

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Bali hotel lends a hand to Australian bushfire relief

As Australian communities continue to rebuild following the devastating bushfires, one of the country's international neighbours has reminded them they are not alone. -


‘Archaic’ liquor licence conditions abolished in NSW

Liquor and Gaming NSW have announced that ‘archaic’ live entertainment conditions have been removed from the licences of more than 30 venues since May last year. -


Is At Table Ordering the future of service?

Quick service chicken restaurant Nando’s implemented At Table Ordering technology late in 2019. Here, marking director Helen Reece shares what the team discovered about developing and implementing a new ordering system. -


Your pay, no say: Why the award system is broken

The hospitality Award system is outdated and penalises workers and employers and urgently needs an overhaul, according to leading pub groups and industry consultants. -


Employable Me-style business model runs Darwin students through daily grind

The owners of this Northern Territory cafe would love nothing more than to get their staff poached. Henbury on Aralia, run by the Henbury School for students with disabilities, is a training cafe that also operates as a business in the cutthroat world of hospitality. -


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