A Stay-At-Home Euros sees a fall in industry like-for-likes by 3.9% last week.
According to analysis from S4labour, the hospitality people and payroll software, the Euros-Finals weekend saw sales fall by 3.9% compared to the same week in 2019. However, hospitality sales were up 10.3% on the previous week.
The breakdown indicated food sales increased by 1.6% but drink sales were down 9.1%.
S4labour’s Chief Customer Officer, Sam Wignell stated “It’s clear that speaking to our customers, a lack of staffing resulting from Brexit, COVID restrictions and Track and Trace are affecting staff availability. This is leading to a squeeze in the labour market for an industry that is heavily dependent on people. Hence, hampering the ability to trade.”