5 years ago Germany accepted 1 Million displaced people from other Countries.They were welcomed,trained and nationalised.
In Germany now there is no shortage of workers in hospitality,farming,fruit picking,butchers,carers,Drs,nurses,dentists……
Shall I go on ?
My heart bleeds for the millions of workers and business owners - especially in the tourism, hospitality and events sectors - who have done everything they can to survive for the past 2 years, only to be buried in this disgraceful way this right before the 2021 tourist season.
Majority of Zim special permit holders posses no critical scarce skills at all,they're doing low skills and unskilled jobs, they are mainly at hospitality industry,restaurants, retail,factories which pays them below minimum wage
They must be replaced by unemployed SAfricans
Key to building union power will be dedicating resources to move our Organising agenda forward. We will begin to organise the ‘no-go’ areas that for so long unions have ignored such as the hospitality sector. There is no industrial strategy without organising. #JobsPayConditions
My local MP, Judith Cummins who uses taxpayers' money to employ her husband as a "researcher" and who "earns" extra income from outside consultancies as well as accepting generous hospitality freebies to attend top rugby league matches in Manchester.I think we should be told
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So while I work towards becoming a kick ass tv writer, to pay the bills I “work in hospitality.” At a v fancy hotel. Which means I’m working today. And oh man nobody hates their fam more than the rich 😬💰 💀 #HappyThanksgiving2021?
I looked up whether the NI hospitality sector was against the smoking ban back in 2008 when common sense told you breathing in somebody's smoke might be a risk to everyone else.
(Hospitality Ulster was then called Federation of Retail Licenced Trade).