Solotel has announced that following the Fair Work Commission’s decision to increase award and minimum rates of pay from 1 July, the operator will also extend the 5.75 per cent wage rise to its staff not included in the award and minimum rates of pay.

Solotel owns and operates 26 venues including The Abercrombie, Kings Cross Hotel, The Clock, The Golden Sheaf, The Bank, Paddo Inn, Barangaroo House, The Sackville, Albion Parramatta, as well as restaurants Aria, Chiswick, North Bondi Fish, and Chophouse Sydney.

Elliot Solomon, CEO of Solotel said: “We’re incredibly appreciative of our staff and the amazing experiences that they deliver every day for our guests, this is one of the ways we can show that.”

Solotel is currently recruiting for multiple roles across the business. The operator also offers a successful incentives program that includes a $500 payment for existing staff who successfully refer a friend and once part of the Solotel team.

All employees have access to 50 per cent off (on all food and beverage) at all Solotel venues and are welcome to invite family and friends.

Solotel recently unveiled a fresh new brand and company values as part of its strategy to attract top talent for its future growth plans.

The rebrand positions Solotel as ‘A Family of Venues’ with enabling growth, cultivating creativity, and create unity at the heart of its values. It draws on the Solomon family’s 110-year history operating Sydney pubs, including Darlo Bar which has been in the family since 1930, while also capturing the diversity of venue offerings now within the business.

Andy Young

Andy joined Intermedia as Editor of The Shout in 2015, writing news on a daily basis and also writing features for National Liquor News. Now Managing Editor of both The Shout and Bars and Clubs.

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