0 Have your say MIGRATION and the hospitality industry have always been interlinked, with European migrants often filling the low-skilled and low-paid jobs and providing a solution to the ongoing skills shortage in the industry. A report by KPMG found 75 per cent of waiting staff, 37 per cent of housekeeping and a quarter of chefs working in the UK hospitality industry to be from the EU. With the Migration Advisory Committee report recommending an immigration system that does not give preferential treatment to EEA citizens and instead suggests focusing on skilled immigration, the industry faces an increasing skills shortage.Whatever your thoughts on Brexit, the effects are already being felt across the UK hospitality industry with nearly half of hospitality employers showing concern for the political and economic impact of Brexit, and 45 per cent concerned with the associated growing skills shortage.With uncertainty still surrounding the impacts of Brexit, … [Read more...] about Claire Holland: Brexit reveals the need to tackle our skills shortage in order to safeguard hospitality industry
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Member Center:Create Account|Log InManage Account|Log Out Home News Decision 2018 Podcasts Newsletter TV Radio Weather About LIFESTYLE TV11 TV8 Local 2 GNN i94-FM Isla63-AM Auto Beauty & Style Entertainment Food Health Home/Family Money Pets Tech Travel VideoBytes Press Releases Senators take $3M more from tax amnesty to help hospital Posted: Aug 09, 2018 4:10 PM Thursday, August 9, 2018 4:10 PM EDTUpdated: Thursday, August 9, 2018 2:10 AM EDTBy Nestor [email protected] It looks like the Guam Memorial Hospital will be the beneficiary of even more legislative largesse. Lawmakers voted to take another $3 million from the tax amnesty proceeds to pay off the hospital's delinquent retirement contributions. But instead of appropriating the money to GMH, senators decided to pay the retirement fund directly. Vice speaker Therese Terlaje was among those who are concerned about hospital management withholding the required payments. She said, "This should be … [Read more...] about Senators take $3M more from tax amnesty to help hospital
By David RaleighThe Minister for Finance Paschal Donohoe (pictured below) has called on hospital managers to act responsibly and respond to the needs of patients affected by the heatwave.The minister’s comments came on Monday as it also emerged how a mother being treated at University Hospital Limerick - who had complained last week of “tortuous” heat in her hospital room - has been transferred to a high dependency unit after she developed sepsis.Sinead Johnson, a former private director of nursing, has been treated at UHL since undergoing bowel surgery on June 6th last.It is the second time Ms Johnson, a native of Parteen, Co Clare but living in Ballybunion, co Kerry, has developed the potentially life-threatening infection since her surgery.The mother of two claimed, following her surgery, she was not allowed open a window in her hospital room; that there was no air conditioning; and, accused hospital management of having no plan in place to deal with the … [Read more...] about Patient complains of ‘tortuous’ 42-degree heat in Limerick hospital
Government cuts in the face of rising patient demand contributed to NHS beds being fuller than ever this winter, according to new analysis. It also found thousands of cancelled operations were not enough to prevent bed crisis. Between January and March this year bed occupancy across all NHS trusts averaged 92.6 per cent according the analysis by the Royal College of Surgeons (RCS) found. Read more NHS cancelled hundreds of cancer procedures during winter crisis NHS ‘winter crisis’ will last into August, finds BMA analysis NHS winter crisis officially worst on record and patients still suffer This was well above the safe level of 85 per cent recommended by medical experts, above this threshold patient management regularly hits crisis point and infections become more likely. It is even above the maximum threshold of 92 per cent which the Department of Health said no hospital should exceed, though The Independent found 20 per cent of hospitals at 100 per cent … [Read more...] about Why were NHS hospital beds busier than they’ve ever been in winter?
0 Comments The Belfast hospital chaplain who helped devise surgical gowns to suit patients of all faiths BelfastTelegraph.co.uk Northern Ireland's first centre for pastoral education has just opened at the Ulster Hospital with Don Gamble at the helm. The Newtownabbey man (51), who lives with wife Ann and four daughters, reveals how he came to help design a modest hospital gown for patients of other faiths. https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/features/the-belfast-hospital-chaplain-who-helped-devise-surgical-gowns-to-suit-patients-of-all-faiths-36939953.html https://www.belfasttelegraph.co.uk/life/features/article36939950.ece/8d934/AUTOCROP/h342/2018-05-24_lif_41186911_I3.JPG Email Northern Ireland's first centre for pastoral education has just opened at the Ulster Hospital with Don Gamble at the helm. The Newtownabbey man (51), who lives with wife Ann and four daughters, reveals how he came to help design a modest hospital gown for patients of other faiths. A dedicated … [Read more...] about The Belfast hospital chaplain who helped devise surgical gowns to suit patients of all faiths