The easing of lockdown restrictions for hospitality came with the government asking hotels, restaurants and pubs to keep temporary records of their customers. That way if it is ever discovered that one of your patrons is unwell, it will be possible to isolate the members of your team who served those guests, as well as
As a business owner, you must ensure that your team are using password management tools. More than 60% of data breaches are as a result of weak or stolen passwords, and around 30% of people remember their passwords by writing them on post-its. With your business relying almost completely on virtual operations, defending your business
On the 1st February 2020, Britain left the EU. Whilst Brexit has many implications for businesses, some of them may not be immediately obvious. One of these relates to domain names: following Brexit, if your business has a .eu domain name, you may no longer be able to use that domain. You have until 01
Over the past few months, the way we work has changed drastically. Many of us are now working remotely due to Covid-19 and businesses have had to adapt to this new normal. However, there are a large number of risks associated with remote working and you need to ensure business continuity in case something happens.
Reducing your costs is probably at the forefront of your mind right now following COVID-19 and the drastic reduction in guest numbers over the last couple of months, with a slow ramp back up to 2019 levels expected to take a number of years. Coronavirus has changed every business in the world, but it has