Hospitality Staff To Be Given All Tips Under New Rules

Hospitality Staff To Be Given All Tips Under New Rules

People working in hospitality jobs where it is customary to receive tips from members of the public will be able to keep the entirety of any money handed over to them, instead of having to share it with their employer, under new legislation. Earlier this week, Prime Minister Theresa May spoke at the Conservative Party Conference, revealing restaurants and bars will no longer be able […]

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UK Employment Rate Reaches Record High

UK Employment Rate Reaches Record High

A staggering 427,000 people entered employment in the UK in the last 12 months, which has pushed the employment level to a record high. The Department for Work and Pensions recently revealed the employment rate is 75.4 per cent, increasing by 0.8 percentage points from March 2017. It means that 32.26 million people in Britain are now in employment, which is a huge 3.2 million […]

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Why Set Up A Mobile Bar Business?

Why Set Up A Mobile Bar Business?

If you’re looking to set up a new business which sells alcohol, no doubt you’ve come to us to look for either business courses or licensing training courses. Many of those who come through our doors are those working in bars and pubs, but we’re also seeing a rise in the number of independent traders looking to set up mobile bar businesses. Serving the likes […]

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UK Licensing Laws ‘Should Follow Australia’

UK Licensing Laws ‘Should Follow Australia’

Over ten years ago the Labour government of the time introduced a major shake up of alcohol licensing laws, bringing 24-hour drinking to the UK. The changes, which came into force in 2005, were met with a mixed response at the time and continue to divide opinion. But now a new study, which compares the licensing laws of the UK with Australia and the impact […]

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