The Daily Blog Open Mic – Saturday – 21st March 2020


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  1. Interesting how big business treats its ‘grunts’, (military slang), ie vulnerable employees. Recently the staff of a hotelin the Scottish Highlands were told that because of Covid-19 their employment was terminated and they were told to leave immediately, and were made homeless by that order. This has been quickly changed but not till after they have gone and have to be contacted again.
    Coronavirus: Hotel made staff homeless in ‘admin error’
    Brittania Hotels later apologised and blamed an administrative error.
    The firm told the Liverpool Echo: “With regards to the current situation regarding staff at our Coylumbridge Hotel and being asked to vacate their staff accommodation.

    The owner and CEO is the distant type.
    Britannia Hotels was founded in 1976 with the purchase of the Britannia Country House Hotel in Didsbury, Manchester. Its Chief Executive, founder, and largest shareholder remains Alex Langsam. Langsam is a non-domiciled taxpayer, registered as living in Austria for tax-purposes since 1999. His net personal worth was valued at £90 million in 2013 by The Sunday Times.[6]
    Its head office is based in the old town hall in Hale, Manchester. A large cluster of the company’s hotels are located in and around Manchester.
    Soon after its foundation Britannia began making a number of further acquisitions.
    Britannia Hotels is a British hotel group with 61 hotels across the country. Britannia operates at the budget end of the market, …
    the consumer group Which? declaring the hotel chain to be the worst in the United Kingdom since October 2013: the controversies have contributed towards the growing general perception of Britannia Hotels as “Britain’s worst hotel chain”

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