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Survey: The impact of Brexit on Catering and Hospitality hygiene standards
24 January 2020
Cleaning Matters magazine is conducting a nationwide survey to gauge the industry's opinion on cleaning in the catering and hospitality sectors.
Following a landslide General Election win, the Conservatives now have a clear mandate to implement a post-Brexit immigration policy. This will not include free movement for EU nationals, beyond the end of the withdrawal agreement, but it will mean that all EU nationals here before the end of that period will be able to stay. The manifesto commits to an ‘Australian style points based immigration system’, an altogether tougher, more restrictive system.
Cleaning Matters magazine is canvassing readers to measure how confident and optimistic they are about the key issues surrounding cleaning and catering or hospitality businesses - whether it is labour availability and Brexit, sustainability or maintaining staff engagement on best practice. The results, along with expert analysis, will be published in a special report, ‘Catering, Hospitality & Cleaning Summary’.
Cleaning Matters' editor, Chris Shaw, said: "Many of our readers feel like their opinions are not being listened to, and this is an opportunity for them to have their say."
Click here to take part in the survey. All feedback will be treated anonymously.