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This week: Making the shift to digital ordering and payment - Bringing up the next generation of chefs - Changing landscape for casual workers in hospitality - and more.
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Restrictions may be lifting in most states, but the traditional pub model no longer works post-shutdown. Here’s one way hotels will have to adapt their operations is to lessen contact – and the main method for that is through re-thinking ordering and payment. - theshout.com.au
Ananas Consulting CEO Michael Smith chats with WILLIAMS MEDIA about what changes guests can expect when hotels resume service following their COVID-19 hiatus. - thehotelconversation.com.au
One of the hardest hit sectors during the COVID-19 pandemic has been hospitality, with the food and beverage service industry’s 725,700 workers bearing the brunt as venues shut down. - brewsnews.com.au
Hospitality workers are rising up over “systemic” pay disputes, as Victoria passes laws threatening jail time for employers, the UWU begins legal actions, and JobKeeper rorts come to light. - pubtic.com.au
The hospitality industry thrives on pressure, creativity and long hours. But it’s the relationships chefs and foodservice professionals form with each other that make the sector such a great one. - hospitalitymagazine.com.au
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