Placed Hospitality COVID-19 Updates
A message to our Community
You matter to us.
We know we are facing tough times ahead and that you may be worried about what the near future holds for the hospitality industry. For those of you being with us for the first time – we are a candidate-first recruitment platform within the hospitality sector. We usually feed over 130k jobseekers the best hospitality jobs that are out there.
We have created this place where people can go to find updates, articles and news as well as a regularly updated list of jobs from the places still hiring.
Talk and Support Webinar
We are holding Webinars for candidates who have been affected by Covid-19 where we will talk to people in the industry who have been unfortunate to have lost their jobs because of the crisis.
- How they are dealing with the situation
- What we can all do to help each other
- How we can prepare for the future
A new Mental Health initiative designed for the Hospitality sector
Launched 5th May, the now pause initiative offers a free, practical, self-care toolkit to help keep your mental health in shape. The project is the brainchild of Craig Prentice, founder of mum, the hospitality talent solutions business, who has created this initiative in collaboration with Peter Kerwood, a marketing freelancer.
“Today, more than ever, we need to find time to pause. now pause helps us to do just that – pause and reset.”
The programme has been designed by wellbeing coach Andrew Johnson, who has created a series of podcasts, including learning how to relax, sleep deeply, stay positive and live less stressfully.
“I’m delighted to play a part in this much needed project,” commented Andrew.
“In these strange days, we all need a little more grounding, relaxation and better sleep. I’m very happy that my recordings will be helping people with this.”
The project has plenty of industry support.
Mark Lewis, CEO of Hospitality Action, said of the initiative:
“The nowpause.org project offers a practical self-care toolkit, created specifically for the hospitality sector during this difficult time.”
Chris Gamm, editor of The Caterer stated:
“The Caterer is fully behind this enterprising wellbeing project, aimed squarely at the hospitality industry where it’s very much needed.”
Neil Pattison, director of Caterer.com, concurred:
“nowpause.org is a wellbeing initiative created to help those in our industry at this challenging time. This support is crucial for hospitality people at every level, so they can take care of themselves and their people, now and in the months to come”
Jo Simovic, chief operating officer at Umbrella Training, praised now pause:
“Good mental health is so important. This initiative is just what the hospitality industry needs at this stressful time. We wholeheartedly support it.”
Kate Nicholls, CEO of UK Hospitality, concluded: “Our sector is experiencing something quite unprecedented, resulting in enormous stress and anxiety. nowpause.org offers welcome relief.”
#QuarantineCocktails: A chance to win a £50 Amazon voucher
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We’re launching a Quarantine Cocktail competition, where we’re asking mixologists, amateurs and professionals alike, to create a cocktail with whatever they have in their home – ideally something the rest of us can try too. There’ll be a £50 Amazon voucher for the best, as well as the knowledge that you’re doing your bit to keep the joy of discovery (that we’re all missing right now) alive.
The rules are simple:
- Only use ingredients you already have in your house
- Name your quarantine cocktail
- Tag @placedapp in your video on instagram and use #quarantinecocktails and #stayhome hashtags
The hospitality industry brings so much to our lives and these last few weeks has got me crying out for a cheeky cocktail. Let’s show the people what they are missing and give them a dose of what they really need. We all have a bartender in us somewhere so let’s help everyone find theirs.
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