SPE Resourcing supplies interims to support hospitality and retail firms reopen

From today (1 June), SPE Resourcing is supplying interim candidates to support businesses in the hospitality and retail sectors.

As the UK enters the recovery phase of the Covid-19 pandemic lockdown, the hospitality, retail and leisure recruiter will provide businesses in these sectors with skilled interim people to help them have a strong reopening.

In the run-up to relaunch in the wake of lockdown, SPE Resourcing founder Daniel Cornwell says that businesses in these sectors are lacking key skills and strong leadership to adapt and thrive to the new conditions. 

According to hospitality website Caterer.com, the British public is looking to spend £3.8bn on hospitality in the first week of reopening. “With almost a third of customers planning to dine or drink out, there is huge potential for businesses that can cope with public health guidance and serve people safely,” Cornwell said in a statement. 

To fill the roles, SPE Resourcing will be finding professionals with backgrounds in organisational change & development, change/transformation, finance, HR, property, health & safety, marketing, and operational roles such as general manager through to operations director.

With offices in Manchester, the Midlands and London, the business has been filling leadership roles in pubs, retail, hospitality and leisure for over 11 years under its SPE Executive Search and SPE Connect brands.

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