Make work attractive and accessible to all
How tech can help the industry recover from the staffing shortage
Brigad joined a host of talented businesses last month at the Hotel, Restaurant and Catering (HRC) trade show at Excel London. The event showcased innovative hospitality practices, technology and talks from experts in the industry. This year Florent Malbranche, Brigad’s CEO, hosted a panel which offered insights on how technology can help the industry recover from the current staffing shortage.
Our mission: make work attractive and accessible to all
Brigad's mission is to make work attractive and accessible to all, especially in hospitality and healthcare industries. Here is our first mission report presenting the results of our work these past two years and our 6 commitments as a mission-driven company.
Brigad raises €33M to help industries tackle the staffing crisis
Since its creation in 2016, Brigad has offered everyone the opportunity to pursue their passion and still feel valued, considered and, above all, free. By giving talents the means to pursue their passion as independent work, Brigad allows them to enjoy control over their schedule, regain a healthy and fulfilling life balance, and continue to advance in their career.
Mixing freelancers and permanent staff – a practical guide to freelancer onboarding
Successfully onboarding freelancers into your permanent team is essential for team cohesion, effective collaboration, and optimising business performance.
Building your own business whilst using Brigad
Using Brigad to support yourself whilst you get up and running is a great way to stay independent, but earn money! Here are our tips on the best way to do it.
Take time for yourself over the festive period
Our tips on enjoying the festive period without burning out from all the fun. It's important to take time for yourself, no matter the time of year!
Supporting the community through a successful business
Cadbury is a global giant and household name in the chocolate industry, and its roots lie deep in Birmingham’s history. How much do you know about the history of Cadbury?
Why are hospitality workers leaving their dream jobs?
Brigad Insights explores why hospitality workers are more and more commonly leaving their dream jobs. Is it a misconception that passion means you have to compromise on pay?
Celebrating Birmingham's multi-cultural cuisine
The city has become a melting pot where people from different cultures, ethnicities, religions, races and backgrounds have come together in harmony. With over one million people living in the city of Birmingham, this mixture of culture can be seen in the city's various industries.