The Staff Canteen is Proud to Introduce Hospitality Rewards

The Staff Canteen is proud to introduce Hospitality Rewards, a brand new benefits and rewards platform for hospitality professionals.

Powered by The Staff Canteen, the online platform and app offers a range of benefits for industry workers, with discounts and offers on everything from food and drink, outings to health and wellbeing from an array of sought-after brands. These include FitBit, KitchenAid, Lucky Saint, Vue Cinema, and more.

Additionally, Hospitality Rewards has access to exclusive deals with hospitality-specific brands, giving you discounts on products like Tog Knives, Falcon Enamelware and Crocs – not to mention discounted access to services such as private accountancy, knife sharpening, health insurance and virtual college courses.

Unlimited access to the website and app are available for as little as £4 a month for individuals and POA for businesses. The app can be found on the App Store and Google Play. For more information and regular updates on the scheme, visit Hospitality Rewards on their social media channels.

On the launch of the rewards platform, Kris Hall at The Burnt Chef Project said: “It’s well documented that providing staff with additional perks helps improve morale and overall wellbeing. Importantly it shows that they are valued within your organisation. Hospitality Rewards is a low cost way of rewarding staff and The Burnt Chef Project is pleased to be able to work with them in improving cultures within hospitality.”

Founder of The Staff Canteen, Mark Morris added: “I’ve been in hospitality for longer than I care to remember, this has been the toughest year the industry has ever faced. I’m proud to be part of the team at The Staff Canteen, and through our partnership with Hospitality Rewards, a platform that will offer the amazing people that make our industry the sector it is. Members will benefit from huge saving on every day items, and equally allow employers the opportunity to invest in their teams, something we feel will be more important than ever going forward.”