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Admiral Recruitment invites hospitality operators to get FIT for the future

27 September 2019

Admiral Recruitment is co-hosting an event on Thursday 3rd October from 5pm-7:30pm at Nomura International PLC in 1 Angel Lane, London to explore if companies within the hospitality sector are FIT – ‘Fit, Inspired and Teched up’ for the future.

The leading recruitment company is teaming up with Nomura Bank, CODE Hospitality, the Good Eating Company and Food Choice at Work, a company behind a leading edge, healthy eating management system for employees, clients and customers.

Paula Rogers FIH, founder of Admiral Recruitment, said: “With on-going staffing challenges facing the hospitality sector, it has never been more important to look after people.

“Candidates are incredibly discerning and want to work for organisations with inspirational cultures and who actively show their commitment to staff health and wellbeing, from work/life balance and development opportunities right through to technical support and healthy food in the workplace.

“Our vision for this event is to showcase how we and operators within the hospitality sector can be and are FIT to meet the challenges ahead so that we all continue to attract the fittest candidates and inspire and retain the best teams whilst using technology to its greatest benefit for our wellbeing.”

The event will include a presentation by Dr Fiona Geaney, public health nutritionist and founder/CEO of Food Choice at Work, who will share insight into how companies can support the health of their employees.

Adam Hyman, founder of CODE Hospitality, a community for the hospitality industry created to reward, inspire, connect and educate, and Paul Gardener, head of wellbeing at Nomura International and Nuffield, will host a panel discussion. Earlier this year, Nomura was ranked first among UK’s large employers in Britain’s Healthiest Workplace Awards.

The Good Eating Company, one of two catering operators at Nomura Bank, will serve a range of delicious canapes and bowl food and there will be a raffle in aid of the charity, Hospitality in Action.

No stranger to FIT, Paula Rogers is hugely passionate about food, health and wellbeing and an advocate of Admiral families and the wellbeing of all people in the business. She also competes at an international level in age group triathlons and was an international runner for Ireland. She encourages a healthy and fit workplace with unlimited free fruit for staff and sporting activities such as a football league, gym membership, boxing, a running club for staff and a wellness-social team.

She said: “At Admiral Recruitment we support staff and candidates’ health and wellbeing right across our permanent and temporary divisions. Continuous improvement on wellbeing and our new IT system and App to help to streamline our own efficiencies to make our clients and candidates life easier, along with providing training courses in nutrition and allergens, bespoke business services and hospitality training are all part of life at Admiral.

“We are a living and breathing FIT conscious company and want to showcase that this, with so much more ongoing learning, is a huge part of our values of integrity, compassion, courage and tenacity.

”There are limited places available so if you would like to attend this event, please contact Sina Otto at Admiral Recruitment: sinao@admiralgroup.com


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