Cumbria Tourism consider employment of staff to be a problem

 Tuesday, March 28, 2023 


A newstudy from Cumbria Tourism has disclosed the glaringtruth that 86 per cent of tourism companiesconsideremployment of staff remainsa difficulty – increasing from 73 per cent six months before.

The survey was donein cooperation with accountancy firm Lamont Pridmore, whichdiscovered that the top seven worries for tourism trades are all related to costs, with anastounding 94 per cent emphasizinggrowing energy bills.

The outcomes were displayed at a special tourism conference, which assembled more than 130 Cumbrian trades with local and national tourism heads to discuss the newestthreats and opportunities for Cumbria’stourist economy.

Gill Haigh, the Managing director of Cumbria Tourism said that the Spring Budget witnessedcertainlonged-for measures, with better-quality childcare facility which will aid in getting more people into the labor market where staff scarcities are indeedobstructing business output.

Haighsaid that many of tourism segment’simportantrequests were lacking, comprising no assistance for businesses that are facingincreasingcharges across the board.

The event brought togetherPatricia Yates,the CEO of VisitBritain, along with Richard Toomer from The Tourism Alliance.They shared their visionsregarding the on-goingproblems and development ofconsumer emotions, in addition toemphasizing work and promotions to carefor the industry.

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