Will you be happy to pay different prices at different times?
Our research with 124 Australian hospitality staff found women bar workers were routinely seen as ‘better suited’ to manage the threat of violence - which is both risky and exploitative.
Canada is seen as leading the way in banning single-use plastics. But how comprehensive are these actions, and how realistic is the dream of a zero-waste future?
With the government’s Draft Tourism Transformation Plan now out for consultation, the hospitality industry has an opportunity to clean up long-standing concerns over wages and conditions for workers.
Jess Ho’s acerbic, sad, funny memoir of combines a compelling critique of the Melbourne food scene that became her family with memories of a traumatic childhood.
We often talk about ‘emotional labour’ as performed by those who take on the emotional workload within families or relationships. But the term has a specific meaning – and that’s not what it is.
New research shines light on what is driving hospitality workers – like waiters and hotel workers – to abandon the industry as part of the ‘great resignation.’
By prioritising prudence over business support, the chancellor will probably do more harm in the long run.
What restaurants, bars and pubs can do to help people happily hand over their data.
Pubs are recognised as important assets to their communities, providing economic and social value alike.
Both Burns and the suppers that celebrate him have proven remarkably malleable symbols worldwide of the Scottish nation and Scottish hospitality.
In Lagos, cinema audiences don’t go to the movies for the film alone. There’s more.
After SARS in 2003, an effort was made by Toronto’s tourism and hospitality industries to stimulate the sector’s recovery. But measures weren’t put in place for future pandemics.
It’s not just employers, it’s society in general.
Why UK government would have been wiser to either stick to pure business subsidies or offer its August restaurant scheme seven days a week.
Boris Johnson says he wants to get on top of the UK’s productivity problem, but the job measures in the summer statement could take the country in the opposite direction.
The rise of big pub companies has led to focus on profits and share prices.
Distancing rules will make life very difficult for smaller bars, cafes and restaurants. Our streets can be modified quickly to help save an important part of the life of cities and their economies.
As restaurants and cafes re-open, here’s what you can do to limit the chance of coronavirus transmission.
What if lingering in a shop or restaurant is the last thing on your mind? COVID-19 is rewriting the rules of retail.