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By M&C Report team2011-07-13T07:36:00+01:00
BrewDog CEO James Watt has acknowledged responsibility for “neglecting important people elements” at the craft beer business, while going into further details of an independent review into company culture.
It seems somehow appropriate that a company that has become (almost) a household name on the back of increasingly madcap PR stunts now faces a PR nightmare after finding itself at the centre of hugely damaging allegations over the rotten culture at the business.
BrewDog is to enlist the services of a third party to carry out an independent review of its culture and HR practices following accusations by former employees that the brewer and pub operator fostered a toxic working environment.
Pub operator Livelyhood has lined up two new openings as part of its plans to expand the group within its south London heartland and further afield, operations director Tom Talbot has told MCA.
The Barkby Group’s hospitality arm has entered in a new six-year lease agreement for The Ebrington Arms in Gloucestershire.
Global real estate advisor CBRE has been appointed by Aviva Investors to sell a collection of pubs let to Marston’s, worth £21.6m.
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