Mary Portas decided to offer a job to 26-year-old Emily from Huyton. Emily struggled to find flexible employment since the birth of her son two ye
Who inspires you to be the best you can be? We asked Hotel GB’s staff to name their heroes.
Anne Pierce, chief executive of Springboard UK and the Springboard Charitable Trust, dropped by Hotel GB to talk to us about the important work done by the charity, and give her advice to those seeking a job in hospitality.
Finding work is tougher than ever, but it’s worth remembering that most young people do have a job. Despite how difficult it may seem, with enough perseverance it is possible.
We’ve all got a routine when we arrive in a hotel room – what’s the first thing you do? The Hotel GB team spilled the beans.
After a whirlwind week of dinner services, dog shows and drama, Hotel GB is entering its penultimate day of business. With the hotel soon to close its doors, unfortunately we are no longer taking bookings.
After a new job? These tips from the staff of Hotel GB should help you nail an interview.
We’ve all had days at work that feel like a lot of graft for very little reward. During those tricky moments it’s essential to remember that each day is a step in the direction of getting the role you really want.
If you want to get ahead in hospitality, there are few more illustrious places to learn your trade than the prestigious De Vere Academy of Hospitality.
Gordon picked 30-year-old Gun from Birmingham, who spent the last 12 years living and working on cruise ships as a dancer and a hostess. She returned home to the UK three months ago but was unable to find a job.
Chris Penn, General Manager of Flemings Hotel, Mayfair
All week, undercover employers from some of the country’s most prestigious establishments have been secretly putting our trainees to the test. In this video we ask them what they look for in a new recruit…
Salary is a factor in any job, but to be happy in a career it really helps to love what you do. So we put a big question to the Hotel GB staff: “What do you do for love, not money?”
When the celebrity staff check out of Hotel GB tonight, it will revert to its usual identity: the Bermondsey Square Hotel in London. We met manager Robert Holland.
In this post we’ve compiled an exhaustive list of resources that might just help you find the career you’ve always wanted.
In Thursday’s surprise wedding I think we can all agree that Carrie looked breathtaking. Daniel Galvin Jr., hairdresser to the stars, was responsible for all the hairdressing services and is a long-time supporter of The Prince’s Trust.
As usual, you lot have been sharing some strong views during tonight’s show. Here’s our round-up of the night’s funniest and most opinionated tweets.
Who would you most like to see check in at Hotel GB? In this short video, our celebrity staff tell us who their dream guests would be…
Here are some real examples of how Springboard UK, one of Hotel GB’s two charity partners, has helped people to get ahead in their careers…
New job? Get the lowdown from the Hotel GB staff on making a great impression with your new employers.