Another exciting opportunity to join the Catton team

Another exciting opportunity to join the Catton team

As we continue to expand, we are recruiting for a Developer in addition to four other roles.

The successful candidate will join the in-house development team at our Banbury headquarters in creating and maintaining cutting edge labour management software for the hospitality industry. Please see full details for this and the other roles below.

We have five open vacancies: 

Developer

PS4payroll Bureau Executive

Product Manager

Product Manager – Forecasting/Reporting

 

 

If you think any of these roles might be for you, please send a CV and covering letter to info@cattonhospitality.com, or to find out more call 01295 267400. 

Another exciting opportunity to join the Catton team

We’re Recruiting – Great New Opportunities to Join Catton Hospitality

Due to our continued success we are currently looking for positive, professional and fun people to join us!

We have six open vacancies: 

Client Support Coordinator

Product Manager

Business Manager – Hotel & Specialist

Product Manager – Forecasting/Reporting

Training & Implementation Manager – Customer Success

If you think any of these roles might be for you, please send a CV and covering letter to info@cattonhospitality.com, or to find out more call 01295 267400. 

 

Another exciting opportunity to join the Catton team

January Sales Figures

According to an analysis of more than 100 organisations that use S4Labour software, operators faced challenging condition during the month of January. Against the back drop of Dry January, Blue Monday and Veganuary, there was a slight 0.9% drop in like-for-likes sales. Following on from a strong Christmas period, wet-led venues bore the brunt of the fall, with falls in drink sales of 2.8% and a slight drop of 1.8% in food sales.

 

Food-focused businesses fared better, where the analysis shows year on year sales grew by 1.0%, made up predominantly by a 1.3% uplift in food sales and aided by a 0.6% increase in drink sales.

 

There were real gains to be had on New Years Day this year, where operators saw an overall 5.7% increase in sales over the same day the previous year. This figure was boosted by particularly strong food sales in both drink and food focused business.