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RIGHT4STAFF LAUNCHES NEW HOSPITALITY & CATERING DIVISION

RIGHT4STAFF LAUNCHES NEW HOSPITALITY & CATERING DIVISION
 
Leading independent recruitment business Right4staff has launched a new Hospitality & Catering Division following a number of requests from both large national hospitality and catering clients and small local businesses.
 
We have always provided temporary, contract and permanent services to the hospitality and catering sector on an ad hoc basis but in recent months we have seen a significant increase in interest as word has gone around about our experience and expertise in the sector. As a result we have decided to launch a dedicated division for this fast challenging and exciting sector across the whole of our branch network explains Paul Smith, Managing Director North at right4staff.
 
The new Hospitality & Catering Division will operate out of all 30 branch sites nationwide
 
It will support existing clients which  now include national contract catering clients as Compass, ISS, Graysons Restaurants, MITIE Catering, Quartet Catering. locally right4staff is working directly with hospitals and schools, as well as sporting locations and hotels, pubs and restaurants.
 
As part of its service right4staff employs all its temporary workers on Contracts of Employment, conducts a through screening and interview process and provides basic Food Hygiene Training where necessary. This means that clients can be assured of quality workers who are legal and trained. right4staff also recognises the need for open communication and total honesty with its clients to ensure it not only delivers the best possible candidates, but that this is done to meet often demanding deadlines.
 
In the catering environment even the loss of just one member of staff can have a serious impact on such a strong customer service environment. We know that our ability to react quickly and provide high quality staff reflects not just on us but also on our clients as often our candidates are dealing directly with their customers. Another issue is that all catering staff working in the education sector need to have current CRB checks which can be rather challenging when we are looking to cover sickness or absence at short notice. Still who wants a quiet life? concludes Paul.

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