Duties of hospitality: We must protect our workers

The recent reports of workers allegedly being sexually harassed at the Presidents Club has thrust the hospitality sector under the microscope.

The recent reports of workers allegedly being sexually harassed at the Presidents Club has thrust the hospitality sector under the microscope. Let’s be clear: if reports are accurate this was an appalling incident. It has also offended me as a recruiter because of both the unacceptable position the staff were put in and the reputational damage to an industry that helps...

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