Assia Riccio-Smith

In our brand new features section, we aim to analyse issues which have an impact on the UK hospitality industry, and explain what they mean to you, the hospitality worker.

VIDEO Hilton T5: how to get into hospitality

Looking for a career in hospitality but don’t know where to start? Hilton Hotels’ Caroline Lowe gives us her top tips and advice. Watch the video now.

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On your marks: why you should get into event management

Whether it’s holding a business conference, raising money for a charity, or putting on the mother of all parties, events are a cornerstone of the hospitality industry. And if you’re looking to break into a job in this sector, you’ll be please to hear that now is exactly the right time to do it.

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Olive Barnett award interview with Assia Riccio Smith

Last year’s winner of the Olive Barnett award, Assia Riccio, guest service manager at Le Manoir aux Quat'Saisons in Great Milton, Oxfordshire, spoke to Caterer.com about winning the award and what it’s meant for her career.

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Boost your chances of getting a job

5 ways to boost your chances of getting a job right now.

With competition for every hospitality job, how do you stand out? We’ve got 5 easy ways to boost your chances of landing that job.

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New hotel opening at Café Royal

Caterer.com spoke to Shona Rye, People and Development Director at Cafe Royal, and asked what it's REALLY like working on a new opening...

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New openings for Nando's

Caterer.com caught up with Alison Crook from the Nando’s HR team to find out about Nando’s openings plan for the future and the learning and development on offer.

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What everyone should know about the Bribery Act 2010

That expensive lunch you took a client on? Make sure you don't fall foul of the tough new bribery laws, which come into effect in July 2011.

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Hospitality - surviving the chop

The axe swung not once, but twice, for the hospitality sector in recent Government announcements. Yet, some optimism for the sector’s future still managed to survive the chop.

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Why the 2011 tourism review should make you happy

With a planned £100 million investment in the tourism industry, including training and development over the next four years, it's good news for those in hospitality jobs.

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