Time to replace the brigade?

More on the fine dining model that has been in operation over the last century being flawed

Jan 17, 2023

Compounded with the current state of the planet, inflation and not to mention a relentless pandemic, the fragility of restaurants’ financial model has been exposed like never before, and with that, their very worst characteristics revealed.

Exposing stories of abuse, exploitation of staff, poor working conditions, withholding of tips, and countless hours of unpaid work has shed light on why today there are so many staff vacancies within the industry.

This article seeks to unearth exactly how the industry imploded on itself, delving into why these fundamental cultural flaws have become so widespread. More importantly, it aims to offer a solution.

Get the full story at Omos Digest

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