The Hoteliers’ Charter designed to raise the profile of the hospitality industry and promote hospitality as a profession of choice for young people was launched yesterday.
The charter has ten key commitments including: developing skills, creating a work-life balance, supporting industry charities, a commitment to the modern slavery act and a commitment to sustainability. The charter will also address service charges, one of the industry’s hottest topics in recent years.
The initiative already has hundreds of hotels signed-up and fully on board. Hotels across the country will be employing the ten key commitments within their teams as the industry unites to create change. This spirit of change has been adopted by the Manchester Hoteliers Association, leading member hotels in Manchester to follow.
Adrian Ellis, GM of The Lowry Hotel and Chair of the MHA said: “The aim of the charter is to help attract new staff and build our reputation as an industry by agreeing to some foundation practices in terms of training and conditions we will offer as an employer.
“We will be championing this scheme across Manchester and encourage as many others as possible within the industry to do so – we have an opportunity to effect real change.”
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