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Budget funds for apprenticeships and hiring welcomed by industry

Industry associations have welcomed a pledge by the Australian Government to subsidise the wage bill of up to 100,000 apprentices and trainees as a helpful move for struggling hotels to arrest the declining rate of new workers.

Food service industries employed 11,290 apprentices in 2019, of which 5,400 were new to the sector.

Outlined in last night's Federal Budget, the government will spend AUD$1.2 billion to help Australian businesses provide entry level employment and training,

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Budget funds for apprenticeships and hiring welcomed by industry Original story and image on hotelmanagement.com.au


Critical Tips to Help Restaurateurs Thrive Original story and image on modernrestaurantmanagement.com

Critical Tips to Help Restaurateurs Thrive

Had you only looked at the foot traffic data for the first two months of 2020, you might have been tempted to declare—and not without good reason—that it was shaping up to be a banner year for brick-and-mortar establishments.

As the novel coronavirus outbreak swept across the country and around the world—and as state and local governments grappled with how to control it—foot traffic dropped precipitously across the board. By the end of the month, nationwide retail walk-ins were at a paltry 27.1 percent of the previous year’s figures. The country hit its foot traffic low point in mid-April, with walk-ins sitting at only 25.2 percent of the 2019 numbers.

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Teens Devour Travis Scott Meal

Great Marketing Recipe

Of all the industries that COVID-19 has devastated, restaurants have been hit particularly hard. According to a September survey by the National Restaurant Association, one in every six eateries is closed permanently or for the “long term,” and 40% of restaurant operators say they might have to close their doors without additional relief from Washington.

In this gloomy environment, McDonald’s has found a ray of hope. Last month, the chain announced the Travis Scott Meal, in partnership with the chart-topping, Grammy-nominated recording artist.

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Teens Devour Travis Scott Meal Original story and image on mediapost.co


How Restaurants Can Own Their Digital Ordering Footprint Original story and image on marketscale.com

How Restaurants Can Own Their Digital Ordering Footprint

Every disruption in an industry starts with a challenge and an idea.

Gaining online ordering share fropm third parties is possible.

Restaurants should foicus on storytelling in marketing

Consistent, authentic messaging helps restaurants stand out

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