About the Hotel Employers Group (HEG)
The Hotel Employers Group (HEG) is composed of some of the biggest names in the hotel business worldwide. It was created by people who believe passionately about promoting good practise within the industry, providing real opportunities for talent and inspiring individuals who are keen to get on and get involved.
- To undertake joint activities for the promotion of good practice in the vocational education sector
- To undertake joint activities for the promotion of career opportunities within the industry including contact with schools, career specialists and other relevant parties.
- To promote the employment of people in the industry in the best interests of the industry and of the larger hotel groups.
- To provide a forum for exchange of information concerning employment practice and new developments arising from changes in the industry or from new legislation.
- To recognize and liaise with other representative bodies in the industry and in the education sector.
- To provide and promote a consensus view as necessary and appropriate on employment matters of interest to the industry and to the larger hotel groups.
In the past year the Hotel Employers Group have embarked on a number of initiatives, which benefit both the HEG members and the wider hotel community.
- Further developed the On-Line Pay Survey for HEG members in partnership with Cubiks UK Ltd. This enables HEG members to compare salaries both within the HEG group, but also across all industries
- Continuing updating of this website
- Sponsored a Caterer.com Best Employers in Hospitality Award
- Sponsored a Springboard Award as part of ongoing support of this industry charity.
- Developed a visual identity for the HEG group which will allow us greater visibility in the hospitality industry
- Employment Law, Work Permit and Industry training initiatives – HEG provides a forum for members to keep up to date and share best practices.
- Hosted, with Caterer.com, breakfast briefings on a wide range of subjects
- Working on a generic strategy and framework for HEG Members to use as a blueprint to implementing Auto-enrolment pension and approach to RTI