Restaurants: Don’t Forget About Gen X
Have you had enough of the constant concern our industry is required to have for the sentiments of Baby Boomers and Millennials? Take it from this Generation Xer, we are all with you. We “Letter Gen’ers” (Gen Xers and Gen Zers) think they get too much attention, too. And now with the whole “OK, Boomer” meme trend, we are feeling even more ineffectual.
Well, I’m here to tell you, it’s time to pay attention to my Gen X cohort (39 – 54 year olds). We’ve still got it and we want you to pay attention to us.
Stress Management vs. Stress Mastery – What’s the Difference?
Most of us are familiar with the concept of stress management; it’s the set of techniques and strategies we employ to handle the pressures and challenges of our daily lives. Stress management is about reducing the negative aspects of stress—the overload, irritability, frustration, and anxiety that can often overwhelm us.
Stress management primarily focuses on the immediate relief of stress. It’s a quick fix to alleviate the symptoms of stress and regain a sense of control over our emotions and well-being. We employ coping skills, use relaxation techniques, and try to establish boundaries to prevent stress from taking over our lives.
Barcats signals summer staffing pressures
According to Australia’s largest hospitality jobs platform, Barcats, recruitment in hospitality and tourism slumped 11.6% in October, leaving many venues understaffed heading into the lucrative Christmas holiday period.
However, more than two million international tourists are expected to visit our east coast for summer thanks to the weak Australian dollar, making a holiday in Australia appealing as a destination
But almost 11,000 pubs, cafes, restaurants, and other hospitality venues in NSW, Queensland, and Victoria that cater to tourists are set to miss out on the boom to business because of staffing issues.
Australia’s Greatest Ever Ad - The Finalis
It’s the final stretch! After hundreds of votes, an appearance on Channel 7 and the help of Jonathon Moran, entertainment editor and columnist at The Daily Telegraph, we’ve narrowed 100 ads down to 10.
Here are the views and opinions of Moran, plus links to all the vids. You’ll be able to vote at the bottom.