Hospitality Workers – bullied, underpaid and with few rights – have your say?

By Steve Williams

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Employers in the hospitality sector often get a bad rap for their employment practices, but are hospitality staff badly paid and poorly treated? Or have hospitality employers not been properly credited for the work they do employing large numbers of employees, with plenty of entry-level opportunities and the chance of rapid progression?

Fieldfisher Employment Partners, Nick Thorpe and Richard Kenyon, will be making the case for and against the motion that employers in hospitality are bad employers, focusing on recent press coverage of hospitality practices, as well as reported and unreported Employment Tribunal decisions to support their respective positions.

Wednesday 20th July

6pm - 8pm

Riverbank House, 2 Swan Lane, London EC4R 3TT

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