Easing Of Lockdown Re Creates Jobs At Black And White Hospitality
As the country eases its way out of lockdown, bosses at one of the country’s fastest-growing hospitality groups are on the lookout for new members of staff to start work across its restaurant estate.
With a variety of positions for both front and back of house now available means that Black and White Hospitality, which owns and manages eight Marco Pierre White branded concepts, is creating over 100 jobs across its 40 plus venues.
Nick Taplin, chairman and CEO said: “It’s been well documented that the hospitality sector, like many others, has been hit hard over the last 12 months however there seems to be light at the end of the lockdown tunnel and we can’t wait to welcome guests back again to all of our restaurants.
“Our franchise partners are now busy putting plans in place for a safe and very welcome return to business and need staff who will make guests’ experience second-to-none.”
Current plans will see six venues reopen with al fresco dining from 12 April. This will then increase to 26 venues opening on 17 May with restricted indoor dining. Then, come 21 June, it is hoped that all restaurants will be reopen but is dependent on what the devolved governments in Wales and Scotland decide in the coming weeks.
Nick added: “Initial indictors suggest that demand to eat out will be very high and if last summer is anything to go by then all our sites will are going to be in for a very busy time.
“We’ve also been putting in place measures that will maintain the highest standards of cleanliness and hygiene so that those who dine with us can do so safe in the knowledge that all has been done to safeguard their health and that of the staff.”
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