Years of difficulty and uncertainty in the retail industry have resulted in over half (53%) of retail employees currently feeling overworked and underappreciated, suggests new data from workforce management technology company Fourth.
Fourth has announced that its integrated applications boost staff satisfaction and improve retention by 36%.
New surveys from CGA and Fourth highlight recruitment problems, high churn and rising payrolls ahead of crucial Christmas trading
More staff are leaving jobs in hospitality now than at any time since the start of the pandemic.
The latest data from Fourth, the industry’s leading provider of inventory and workforce management solutions, shows that 8.3% of the workforce left the sector between August and September.
63% of retail leaders expect to hire more staff in the remainder of 2022 with the Christmas trading period fast approaching. This is according to market research conducted by the leading retail and hospitality technology company Fourth.
A third (33%) of retail employees expect to see fewer customers amid consumer confidence dips during the cost of living crisis according to market research by the leading retail and hospitality technology company, Fourth.
Survey from CGA and Fourth highlights business leaders’ efforts to cut carbon footprints as well as costs in the supply chain
Hospitality staffing numbers are nearing pre-pandemic levels, but a series of factors such as increasing rates of pay, high staff turnover, and the changing make-up of the workforce, are piling pressure on employers.
Spiralling costs and major disruption to the supply chain are having a drastic impact on hospitality operators’ food and drinks bills – and profits – according to latest data. A new report from Fourth, the leading global software provider for the hospitality and leisure industries, shines a light on how global events, including the fallout from the pandemic and the war in Ukraine, has created unprecedented supply chain issues.
Almost all UK retail leaders (99%) are worried about talent shortages in their business, with larger retailers most likely to have concerns, according to market research by the leading global software provider for the retail and hospitality sectors, Fourth.
Peabody Hotels & Resorts, a full-service hospitality company that directs the operations of high-quality hotels through elevated standards of operations and service delivery, today announced it has partnered with Fourth, a leading provider of workforce and inventory for the hospitality, restaurant and retail industries, to supply critical support to its signature Memphis location, The Peabody Memphis.
Highway West Vacations, a brand dedicated to creating the most desirable outdoor hospitality experiences in the Western United States through unparalleled amenities and accommodations, today announced it has partnered with Fourth, a leading provider of workforce and inventory solutions for the hospitality, restaurant and retail industries.
KSL Resorts, a full-service hospitality company that manages world-class destination resorts, hotels and clubs, today announced it has partnered with Fourth, a leading provider of workforce and inventory solutions for the hospitality, restaurant and retail industries, to supply critical support to an expanding property portfolio.
Fourth, the leading global software provider for the retail and hospitality sectors, has today announced partnerships with two of the UK’s leading retail brands in Holland & Barrett and the Theo Paphitis Retail Group (TPRG) – which includes popular high street brands Robert Dyas, Ryman, and Boux Avenue.This partnership will see Fourth’s cutting-edge workforce management technology implemented in over 1,000 stores across the UK for almost 10,000 employees of Holland & Barrett and TPRG.
Leading hotel operator taps Fourth to automate and streamline workflows across all properties amid inventory challenges
Together with Fourth, PeopleMatter’s vertically focused applicant tracking software allows restaurant, hospitality, and retail operators to seamlessly find and onboard hourly talent
HotSchedules, the leading provider of end-to-end, best-in-class technology and services for the restaurant and hospitality industries, announced today the company will be operating under a unified global brand, Fourth, effective immediately.
As England goes into a second lockdown, the latest figures from Fourth, the leading global software provider for the hospitality sector, reveal the impact COVID-19 continues to have on jobs, with a fifth fewer sector jobs compared to a year ago.
Fourth Enterprises, parent company of HotSchedules and the leading provider of end-to-end, best-in-class technology and services for the restaurant and hospitality industries, today announced a preferred vendor agreement with Great Harvest Franchising Inc. to provide workforce management solutions to its more than 200 bakery and café franchisees.
The latest figures from Fourth, the leading global software provider for the hospitality sector, and Wireless Social, a leading Wi-Fi solutions provider, have revealed the impact COVID-19 has had, and continues to have, on jobs and footfall.
Latest Business Confidence Survey from CGA and Fourth reveals widespread concerns about trading conditions but very cautious confidence among some multi-site operators
Sun Pubs Group chooses HotSchedules Now Powered by Fourth, resulting in significant savings in labor and payroll costs
The latest figures from Fourth, the leading global software provider for the hospitality sector, have revealed the remarkable success of the Eat Out to Help Out scheme in boosting sales, with restaurant companies benefiting the most from the Government-backed initiative, followed by the pub and bar sector, and then QSR.
Business Confidence Survey from CGA and Fourth indicates widespread anxiety but signs of guarded confidence as restaurants, pubs, bars welcome back guests
Fourth has announced the launch of their in-app health survey that enables operators to efficiently track the health of their employees.
HotSchedules announced its Health Survey designed to help operators prevent the spread of coronavirus, among other illnesses.
The latest figures from Fourth, the leading global software provider for the hospitality sector, reveal that Tronc payments make up on average more than 25% of hospitality workers’ basic pay, for the significant cohort that receive it.
The latest CGA Business Confidence Survey reveals that operators remain deeply pessimistic about both market prospects and future of their own businesses.
Plate IQ has teamed up with HotSchedules to establish the nonprofit organization, Gift a Plate, in an effort to aid those impacted by the COVID pandemic.
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