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Free wi-fi is now a hospitality essential

Public networks are a fantastic way to draw more people into your place of business, and once they’re in the door they’re more likely to stick around.
Jamie Armour Head Chef at Scotts Troon

Growing its own leaders

Eleven employees from across Buzzworks Holdings’ venues are set to sharpen their management skills after securing places on the firm’s Leadership Development Programme.
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Brexit: staffing crisis deepens

Hoteliers across Scotland are facing their “most difficult season” due to a lack of staff, according to hotel groups.
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Keep a watchful eye on your costs

There are several steps operators can take to reduce utility bills
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A clever way to lift food sales and safety

For venues set across multiple levels the dumbwaiter can prove invaluable
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Tidy pubs clean up

Well-trained staff and a clear schedule is a must for on-trade success, firms say
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Finding the right people

Communication can be crucial to recruiting the best staff
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A world-class appointment

A RESTAURANT manager with experience in some of the world’s most prestigious dining establishments has returned to Scotland for a senior position at Gleneagles
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Recruitment: It’s all about the youth

A HIGHLAND hospitality operator will be doing his part to encourage young people to consider careers in the industry
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Making the right first impression

A refurbishment can bolster business, but it must be carried out correctly, say firms