In the latest pulse survey of our Hospitality Professionals panel, respondents report that the COVID-19 pandemic has increased their anxiety about long term career prospects in the sector. Find out more on the blog.
Early into the last lockdown CGA and CPL Learning formed the Hospitality Professionals survey to gather vital frontline perspectives from those working within the industry. The latest pulse survey reveals that three quarters of hospitality team members are concerned about their job security as the sector heads into a second national lockdown in England.
One of our commitments as we all continue to manage the changing industry landscape is to provide people-driven data to drive change in our businesses. Our Hospitality Professionals panel gives a key insight into those working within the hospitality sector, who have a passion for the industry and a desire to be heard, along with a wealth of experience and expertise which can be learnt from when planning for recovery. Our latest Hospitality Professionals survey was completed by our panel of frontline hospitality workers between the 31st July and 5th September and focuses on the return to working in the sector.
Training specialists CPL Learning have joined forces with insight and data consultancy CGA to provide a unique perspective on the impact of lockdown on front line hospitality team members with our most recent survey. Over 500 hospitality professionals from the across the sector where surveyed revealing how team members feel about reopening, the extent to which team members have been supported through lockdown and their thoughts on their future within the sector. We’ve broken down the data to show you what impact learning and development has had on your teams, and how investment in personal and professional development helps to build a strong and supportive team for your business.
Are you a publican running a leased, tenanted, or freehold venue? This week, we have launched a new survey in conjunction with data insight consultancy CGA aimed ay understanding the thoughts, opinions and challenges tenants, lessees, and free trade operators have experienced during this non-trading period. Find out how you can help support the sector by taking part in our survey today.
CGA, the insight and data consultancy for pub, bar, and restaurant operators and training specialist CPL Learning have provided a unique perspective on the re-opening of the hospitality sector, from those on the front line. The research is a first-of-its-kind study with over 500 professionals from across the hospitality sector revealing the extent to which employees have been supported through lockdown and their thoughts ahead of returning to the industry. Find out how your teams feel about reopening on the blog.
The hospitality sector has been hit hard by the effects of lockdown and as the country’s third-biggest employer, hundreds of thousands of hospitality team members have found themselves affected. The Hospitality Team Member Survey is your chance to express your thoughts and experiences as an integral part of the sector. Read more about the survey created in conjunction with CGA and UKH, and how your experiences will support the sector and provide vital insights to help support operators and lobbying efforts of the sector with the government.
Earlier this week CGA released details from their latest Business Confidence Survey providing insight into the concerns of hospitality bosses. Following a hugely popular webinar on the subject delivered on Wednesday 7th May, CGA have revealed more insights from the survey. The survey reveals that operators remain deeply pessimistic about both market prospects and the future of their own businesses, with a third (32%) of senior executives anticipating the need to permanently close sites.
The latest research from CGA provides insight into the concerns of hospitality bosses, with cashflow concerns topping their agendas. Rent has become the number one specific issue according to the survey. Although immediate survival is the top priority, many operators are now tentatively developing recovery plans, but with many concerns and predictions about how COVID-19 will have changed and contracted the market.