The Caterer Tipping and Payment Summit
New government legislation setting out how employers must handle tips and service charge is due to become law this spring. During this webinar our experts will set out exactly what is required from operators and what new rights employees will have, as well as discussing the future of tipping.
In this summit, you will learn
- Details of the new legislation and how you as a business can ensure compliance
- What is a tronc scheme and would it be suitable for your business?
- How can you make it easier for employees to receive their tips?
- What is the future of service charge?
What will change under the new legislation, what employers must do to comply and what the repercussions could be if operators are found to be in breach.
, WMT Troncmaster Services
Attendees will have the opportunity to submit questions about the implications of the new legislation and the systems they need to have in place when it becomes law.
Tips and service charge have long been a challenging area for hospitality. Our panel of operators will share their insights into setting up systems that are fair and open as well as communicating effectively with their teams.
We’ll also discuss the role service charges and tips play in hospitality, and whether the desire for change following their exclusion from furlough payments during the pandemic has waned.
Dan Brod, co-owner, Beckford Group
Paul Foster, chef patron, Salt, Stratford-Upon-Avon
James Snowdon, co-owner, the Palmerston, Edinburgh
WMT are the leading provider of tronc-related advice and management services to the UK hospitality sector helping businesses set up and manage legal, compliant and ethical tronc systems. We currently work with over 850 businesses day-to-day ensuring that the 55,000+ staff they employ receive tips and tronc in a fair and transparent way as well as promoting and lobbying for wider good practice across the sector.