Best Places to Work in Hospitality
Eight years ago, The Caterer and people retention specialists Purple Cubed joined forces to identify and showcase the 30 Best Places to Work in Hospitality. This annual celebration of employment best practice across companies large and small, established or entrepreneurial, never fails to educate and inspire.
In 2022, the Best Places to Work in Hospitality Top 30 will highlight those organisations who are delivering on what really matters, as well as checking engagement levels and other key areas.
The Top 30 list is not influenced by leaders, operators or marketing. The companies featured on the Top 30 listing are recommended by their own employees, who answer the ultimate five ‘killer’ questions as well as identifying what’s important to them at work and how well you’re delivering on that.
The survey outcomes will provide essential information in this post-Pandemic ‘war for talent’, helping you to employ the talented people you need to deliver now, and to support a positive future.
Get ahead in the recruitment race
Raise your profile as one of the best employers in Hospitality
Gain invaluable insights into what your people think and feel
Be named a Best Place to Work in Hospitality recognised by those who really know your teams
Launching September 2022
A partnership between The Caterer and employee engagement experts Purple Cubed, proudly sponsored by Umbrella Training.
What do past entrants have to say?
Achieving 6th place in 2019 has been a proud moment for Aloft Liverpool and has spurred our team on to deepen our people agenda with a dynamic approach. Our management team are now at the stage where they are asking what’s next and how can we make our team become even more engaged within their roles.
Winning the award cemented our belief that we were heading in the right direction. Retention and recruitment figures say so too, so we will keep doing what we’re doing.
Seeing the difference in perception of long-term staff compared to newer staff was really interesting and opened up areas where we have subsequently communicated our culture better.