A great gig for employers and workers

An audience at a breakfast briefing in London heard differing views on the necessity for gig workers in the hospitality industry.

Speaking at a breakfast briefing in London, hosted by GIG, springboard and Caterer.com, and moderated by Recruiter and recruiter.co.uk editor DeeDee Doke, Chris Barber, hospitality, food & beverage consultant at CB Food Solutions, said that while “unfortunately the word ‘gig’ has become a PR disaster in the sector, it shouldn’t be because it is the way our...

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