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Fire Evacuation Drill – how often should it be done?

Fire drills are a legal requirement under The Regulatory Reform (Fire Safety) Order 2005 and if you think about it, it makes perfect sense to practice your evacuations

Is PAT testing a legal requirement?

The Electricity at Work Regulations 1989 says that your electrical equipment must be maintained properly. This includes all the portable appliances which are used on site.

Food Allergy Trial Launched

The parents of Natasha Ednan-Laperouse, the teenager who died from an allergic reaction to a Pret baguette, have set up a clinical trial in order to “make food allergies history”.

Guest Experience: Why is it important?

A restaurant’s brand is no longer just the food and the rock star chef. Today’s guests expect to create memories every time they eat out, and restaurants must provide every visitor with a personalised experience that keeps them coming back. The world’s best restaurants are adopting new technology that gives them actionable insights about their […]

6 Reasons To Get a Hospitality Mentor

While working in hospitality, having a mentor can help you grow within your company and shape your development plan.

Should landlords be ‘forced’ to rent out vacant shops?

According to articles published in The Mail and The Times this week, commercial landlords could be ‘forced’ to rent out vacant shops which have been empty for longer than six months under new government plans aimed at revitalising struggling high streets.

Calorie Labelling and Mental Health

Is our physical health more important than our mental health? Sophie talks to us about the struggles many will have from calorie labelling.

Rent Moratorium and The Commercial Rent (Coronavirus) Act 2022

Currently there’s an estimated £7.5bn in rent arrears due to landlords across the commercial real estate sector. The lease forfeiture moratorium, which protected commercial businesses from eviction during the pandemic, has now expired