- The restaurants and pubs in the United Kingdom have been facing the staffing crisis after the Brexit trade deal
- The largest listed pub group in United Kingdom has lost 9,000 staff since the year 2020
The hospitality industry of the United Kingdom has been facing a staffing crisis as the pubs and restaurants has been saying that, around a quarter of those, who had been employed before the corona virus pandemic are not going to return.
Mitchells & Butlers or M&B, which is the largest listed pub group in the United Kingdom has lost 9,000 out of its 39,000 staff since the year 2020 and the D&D, which has been the owner of more than 40 upmarket restaurants in the United Kingdom that has been including the Le Pont de la Tour and Coq d’Argent, has also been looking for around 400 recruits out of a total of 1,300 workforce of the United Kingdom and the Pizza Express of UK has also been looking for 1,000 staff, and it has also laid off thousands less than a year ago.
The owners of the pubs and restaurants in eth country have been agreeing that, there has been a particular challenge in the south-east region of the United Kingdom and London as a lack of supply of the skilled people from the European Union, post-Brexit, has been responsible for causing the issues along with hiring the staff, especially in the kitchen.
More than 30 percent of the hospitality workers across the United Kingdom are thought to have come from pre-Brexit of Europe, but this has been raised to more than half of those that were employed in London.