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Rachael Nixon talks about the evolution of the CRM in the workplace and pub industry.


Whether you're self-employed and want to escape the home office, or need a quick pit stop to grab a coffee before heading back to the grind, solo working is on the increase. But forget café Wi-Fi, pub grub is just what the punters need to sort out their work blues, it seems.


With all this talk of feeling low in January and Blue Monday how do you ensure you or your team don't feel down this month?


If you’re in a job that you no longer enjoy or are looking for a change of direction completely, there’s no time like the new year to start laying the foundations for your next exciting move. But how do you go about it?


As traditional advertising avenues slowly decline, the internet has become the most heavily utilised route to sourcing the best talent.


Its “Pub Open Day” season and it feels like every pub company across the land is inviting you to come and speak to them about their deals, offers, sites and agreements. So, what actually happens at a pub recruitment open day? Is it all coffee and sales pitches or is it a worthwhile date to put in your diary to help you find that perfect pub?


I love my job, I love my business and I am hugely proud of what has been achieved and very focused on the opportunities that lie ahead. I am proud of the team that work within my business and the growth that is being achieved.



All change as innovation promises to secure best practise in the pub recruitment industry.


New regulations offer a great opportunity to raise expectations of our industry.



Definition: Communicate with (someone), typically in order to give or receive information.


Recruitment: The process of finding and hiring the best qualified candidate (from within or outside of an organisation) for a job opening or similar, in a timely and cost effective manner.


Having worked within the pub trade for many years it is yet again changing. The economic climate, recession and other newly introduced legislation have meant that the leased and tenanted model has been scrutinised and challenged many times.


An office full of smoke and selling dark ale in the deepest darkest depths of the Welsh Valleys, those are the fond memories I have of my early career in the pub industry. Those days are gone now, the industry has come a long way and so have I.