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Lack of chances costs chefs

Lack of chances costs chefs

first_imgMorethan two-thirds of staff in the catering industry who seek new posts do sobecause they feel they have no career opportunities, according to research bycontract catering staff providers Mayday Recruitment.Whenasked why they were leaving their current jobs, 52 per cent of the managers,senior managers and head chefs questioned said there were no opportunities intheir company. A further 11 per cent moved because they were bored, and 7 percent were just unhappy.JaneSunley, managing director of Mayday Recruitment, said, “With the exception of afew who genuinely don’t have career opportunities with their employer, 70 percent of these leavers could have been retained.“Thereis a strong case for ensuring sound review processes and development plans –these people don’t know where they are going with their employer and so end upgoing somewhere else.”Maydayinterviewed more than 4,000 catering staff for the survey. Related posts:No related photos. Previous Article Next Article Comments are closed. Lack of chances costs chefsOn 27 Feb 2001 in Personnel Todaylast_img read more