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  2. Dave

    Food4Kids

    Announcing our new initiative for 2020, the Unichef Food4kids programme. This programme will study how Children in UK schools are currently being fed and how we can bring together experts in all fields to bring about the changes in the overconsumption of Carbohydrates and Sugar. The programme will involve itself in how school meals are often very poorly designed and constructed, from the menu and recipe design through to costings and searching for cost-effective replacements for many of the favourite "fill up "foods that kids crave for. Food4kids will work closely with schools and colleges in searching for all the answers to the difficult issues that they face and will seek to educate the Heads of Schools , their Governors and all of the school system into believing that there is a much better way to feed our children in the 21st Century and finally, but most importantly, the kids themselves. Children need to be fully educated into that what they eat now will affect their health for many years to come. They need to know the addictive qualities that Starch and sugars have on the nutritional system as they grow. We will use our extensive network of Chefs and suppliers to develop high quality, low carb, low sugar replacements for all the favourites that kids like. We've discovered through the years that replacing pizza with salad, just doesn't work, and we need to find like for like replacements, but with the addictive sugar and starch removed. Such items DO exist and we need to put pressure on manufacturers , suppliers and Caterers to develop products with severely cut levels of these additives at the same price if not cheaper than products presently used. If kids want pizza then fine, just let us develop pizza and other items that are great tasting, but just as filling and at the price caters can afford...it can be done, and it will be.
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  4. Multi award winning TV Chef /Presenter, Author, Speaker, Culinary Consultant, Innovator, International Judge and British Ambassador for Food. Alan is a renowned international chef with experience in leading Michelin star restaurants and 5 star hotels, as well as a vast career in media, filming more than 1,250 TV shows to date for networks such as BBC, BBC Worldwide, ITV1, Channel 5 and Food Network to name but a few. Alan was invited by the British Prime Minister’s office to become the “British Ambassador for food and drink” and is also the UK Ambassador for the “Organisation Mondial de la Gastronomie”,
  5. Pilot Light is a campaign focused on changing the way people think and act about mental health through addressing the industry specific contexts and environments found in professional kitchens and the broader hospitality sector. Founded by professional chefs, Andrew Clarke and Doug Sanham in 2018, the campaign is unapologetically bold in its approach to combating mental health stigma and hopes to act as a beacon of support to those affected by common-place issues such as depression and addiction. The campaign is delivered in partnership with Time to Change. Pilot Light’s voice is stronger and louder thanks to Time to Change, who lend the campaign marketing, PR and administrative support to extend its reach in addition to a wealth of mental health expertise and resources to support the sector and employees working in hospitality.
  6. Paul Askew, Chef Patron of The Art School Restaurant, is one of the North West’s most popular Chefs. A stalwart of the hospitality industry, Paul champions seasonal and local ingredients whilst supporting artisan producers from across the U.K. Paul’s restaurant, the critically acclaimed, Art School Restaurant, is listed in the 2018 Harden’s Top 100 Best UK Restaurants, having been awarded “Taste of England” at the 2017 Visit England Awards and appeared in 2017 Sunday Times Top 100 Restaurants, the first restaurant in Liverpool to make the list. 2018 has also seen The Art School named in the Top 10 UK Restaurants for Vegan Fine Dining by Peta UK. It has also received critical acclaim from the Michelin, Good Food and AA guides.
  7. An Oliver Harvey chefs wear garment is quite simply everything you would expect from a British Designer. Meticulously designed to cope with the rigours of a hectic kitchen, carefully crafted from the latest textiles and fabrics, and finished to the highest standards ensuring both longevity and value. Combine this with contemporary styling normally seen on the catwalk and you will understand why “quintessentially British” is positively right. Oliver Harvey was born out of the realisation of a distinct shortage of Tailored Chefs Clothing that is designed and manufactured in Great Britain. The range has been designed based on Classic styles with an inspired twist to bring to market a range that is ultimately the best in class. This is after scouring the four corners of the world to find a selection of fabrics that not only look and feel great but also perform to the exacting standards of any domestic and commercial wash process.
  8. Fantastic wages, constant praise, your own menus and an incredible team to support you, what more could any chef want? Yet the dream of many chefs awaits anyone who works for Europe’s premier Fine Dining website. La Belle Assiette’s phenomenal rise to the top is founded on the simples principals of making sure everyone involved for each event has an amazing time..and that includes the chef! LBA ( as it's known to all ) takes enormous pride in the success of their chefs and will do anything that is needed to secure the success of your client’s special night. Each chef decides their own menu and costings based on LBA’s price ranges. You get to decide how much you want to work by using your own unique calendar portal, you even get to decide what area’s you want to cover and you can decide on the maximum number of guests you wish to cook for. Examples below: On the evening of the event, you are the star performer, raising your game to secure the highest of accolades from your guests ( and some great tips also ! ) and hopefully that all-important rave review, which is the crowning glory of a job well done. Being an LBA chef is the ultimate in designer cookery. Total freedom in what you cook and how you work, and an amazing team to support you all the way, the only rule is just making sure your guests have a truly wonderful night to remember. Why not click into the link and call La Belle Assiette today, you won’t be sorry, I promise… bon appetite Find Out More - Click Here
  9. La Belle Assiette was founded to make entertaining at home truly enjoyable. We bring talented chefs into your kitchen so you can enjoy hosting dinners, without the stress of cooking or cleaning. Reputable chefs Our community consists of 364 professional chefs. Check their experience and reputation on La Belle Assiette.
  10. You can register as a Site member or a Unichef member. The process is simple to sign up and the process applies to both Site Members and Unichef Members, follow this guide. On the home page you will find a guest sign-up box (as shown below): Click on the Sign-Up button or click the green How to Join button and then follow the instructions on-screen. There is also a Sign-Up link at the top right of the screen (as shown below) Once you have registered you automatically become a SITE MEMBER it's important to understand that at this stage you are NOT a member of Unichef, you are a member of the site only. Site Members have restricted access to the site facilities and have no access to Unichef benefits. In order to become a member of the Union, you need to take out a subscription. The subscriptions become visible once you register as a Site Member. See the image below which shows the subscriptions menu link: When you click on this menu item you will be presented with a choice of three options; Monthly, Quarterly and Annual (see below): Click on any of the Subscribe Now buttons and complete the PayPal authorisation. Once successfully completed you will automatically be moved into the Unichef Member group and will have unrestricted access to all of the site features and Unichef benefits. Should you decide to cancel your subscription you will be moved back into the Site Member group and have restricted access to the site features and you will lose all the Unichef benefits as well. If you have any problems with registering please contact us and tell us what issue you are presented with when trying to register. If you have registered successfully and you are having issues with subscriptions you can ask your questions below as a reply to this topic or you can privately message any Administrator and we will do what we can to resolve your issues. Any other questions after registering can also be asked in any of the help topics in this section.
  11. A Union for the 21st Century Starting in 2015, Unichef is the UK’s National Union for chefs. Run completely by Chefs, its aim is to support and understand the issues that chefs are faced with in today's hectic kitchens and to focus on the many changes that are needed within our industry for the betterment of all chefs regardless of position, category, age or gender. Unichef is a Community Union, a registered Community Interest Company (CIC ) and is both a pressure group and support centre for Chefs who feel they need advice about their working environment as well as within their career ambitions and their health and safety. We are the only Community Union of its type in the UK. We can act on your behalf on employment and welfare issues including… Contracts and Pay Discrimination Working Conditions Bullying and Harassment Dispute Mediation Self Employment and Tax advice Our aims ZERO tolerance of abuse in kitchens as our core policy To give a voice to all UK based chefs. To raise the profile of issues concerning all UK chefs To improve working conditions and pay. To work together with employers and government to benefit our industry. To help and support chefs in their daily routine To educate Employers and Employees for the betterment of all To encourage consultation with employers, not confrontation To deal with grievances in a civilised and productive manner Who we are and what we do. Unichef is run and Administered by its Executive Director Brian Mcelderry and 2 Directors who are appointed to oversee the Executive on the member's behalf. Everyone involved within the Union at a senior level is a qualified chef. Unichef is not assigned to the Trade Unions Act and is not a member of the TUC or any political party. We innovate, motivate, educate and inspire and we are dedicated to changing people's views of how a union should work think and behave, bringing all the strands of our industry together in a more purposeful way of working to benefit the whole of our Culinary Community. We protect, advise and support chefs in a unique "club" of British based chefs. We are a concerted lobby for our industry, working with Employers, Chefs and likeminded Organisations to improve the work-life balance of all chefs in the UK Everyone in Unichef is treated in the same way regardless of their status, EVERYONE'S opinion is important to us and together we can change the hearts and minds of our industry. Funded by members fees, advertising and sponsorship we bare no allegiances or loyalties to anyone accept our members. Membership. When you join Unichef it is important to remember that you are becoming a stakeholder in a Limited Company. The Company is limited by the Guarantees of its members and that guarantee is set at £1 per member. This is a guarantee to the company's creditors that at least £1 will always be paid to them and is the only liability that the stakeholders have and is a one-off fee for as long as you are a stakeholder and will be returned to you whenever you leave Unichef. ( see terms and conditions ) Subsequent subscriptions are used for the purposes of supporting its members and furthering the published aims of the Union. The stakeholders do not receive any dividends and all funding remains within the union for the benefit of its members. The 5 Core Principals of Unichef 1. To promote the fundamental belief that every person deserves the right to go to their job, to do a fair days work for a fair days pay, and that no one deserves to be treated unfairly, abused, shouted at or harassed or ill-treated in any way, no matter their age, gender, sexuality ,creed, physical or mental ability. Unichef expects all members to adhere to our policy of ZERO tolerance of abuse in all kitchens. 2. To support chefs in their daily work routine and promote the education of Employers and Employees in the understanding and betterment of a stress-free environment for the workforce, through empowerment, training, fair pay and safer working conditions. 3. To promote the Unity and brotherhood of all chefs in the UK, regardless of position and experience and the promotion of a safe modern supportive system of work. 4. To remain independent, and politically free from interference and to give Chef's in the UK, a voice and a platform to air their views within a safe, tolerant and ethical organisation. 5. To encourage the development of new Chef's and to seek better training, understanding and education for all sectors of the Catering Industry
  12. Unichef Membership Terms Company Information. Unichef trades as Unichef, The National Chefs Union CIC and by joining you become a stakeholder in that Limited Company. Unichef is a Community Interest Company, a Social Enterprise, and is unlike any other traditional Union. It is governed by a strict Constitution (Articles of Association) and is monitored yearly by the government Ombudsman appointed to oversee the correct running of Community Interest Companies. Your membership entitles you to the protection and advice of any normal Union, but we cannot advise members to take Strike action in a dispute nor negotiate a Collective Bargaining Arrangement Unichef is not a signatory to the Trade Unions Act and is an independent and non-political Community Union, limited by the Guarantee of its members. The Executive and Board The Executive Director is responsible to the Board for the day to day running of the Union, its policies, aims and ambitions, within the realms of its Constitution (Articles). The Board of Directors work with and advise the Executive on the members' behalf to ensure the stability and financial propriety of the Company. Your Legal Guarantee Your first £1 is your Guarantee to creditors and will be held in trust for you and returned to you should you decide to leave the Union. Members are not liable for any further debts of the Company. All further subscriptions are held within the company and are used for the benefit of its members and to further the published aims and campaigns of the Union. Accounts Members have the right to access all Financial Accounts through application and any non-personal information in the normal dealing of the company and all members will receive or have access to annual approved accounts. All members rights are protected and supervised by appointed Directors. Behaviour All members are expected to abide by the Articles of Association and the Five Core Principals that founded Unichef (see below). Each member receives the Articles, Principals and Certification on completion of their 3-month probation period. The 5 Core Principals of Unichef 1. To promote the fundamental belief that every person deserves the right to go to their job, to do a fair days work for a fair days pay, and that no one deserves to be treated unfairly, abused, shouted at or harassed or ill-treated in any way, no matter their age, gender, sexuality, creed, physical or mental ability. Unichef expects all members to adhere to our policy of ZERO tolerance of abuse in all kitchens. 2. To support chefs in their daily work routine and promote the education of Employers and Employees in the understanding and betterment of a stress-free environment for the workforce, through empowerment, training, fair pay and safer working conditions. 3. To promote the Unity and brotherhood of all chefs in the UK, regardless of position and experience and the promotion of a safe modern supportive system of work. 4. To remain independent, and politically free from interference and to give Chef's in the UK, a voice and a platform to air their views within a safe, tolerant and ethical organisation. 5. To encourage the development of new Chef's and to seek better training, understanding and education for all sectors of the Catering Industry Members cannot under any circumstances involve the Union in any political Associations or seek to politically influence the Union or its members. By applying and subscribing to the Union, you accept the terms, conditions and the Constitution of Unichef CIC Unichef has a ZERO tolerance to all forms of abuse in all kitchens and is the central pillar of the organisation, please do not join this Union if you do not share its values. Membership Fees and Benefits Subscription Fees Subscriptions are payable by recurring payment from your account. Monthly £5.50 Quarterly £ 15.00 Annual £50.00 A probation period of 3 monthly payments applies to all members before any use of its official services. Suspension Membership will be reverted to site member status after none payment of due subscriptions or cancelled upon application or direction from the Executive. No Member shall expect full services whilst out of their subscription. Termination Termination of membership is the discretion of the Executive or by cancelling your subscription within the system provided. The Social Fund Many Trade Unions have a Political Levy placed on the members which often funds the political causes that their Union may be associated with. As Unichef is 100% non-political a similar levy is applied to our unique Social Fund. £1 of the monthly fee or £4 of the quarterly fee and £12 of the Annual fee is distributed into this fund. The Social Fund is solely used for the benefit of Unichef members in need and any associated Charity’s and Associations and is administered by the Board. Benefits Unichef Members receive the support and assurance of an official body acting on their behalf. Direct and specialised access to the Unichef support team, and its directors. Access to qualified advice and support Access to the Support Team, its Directors and Executive Legal and Accountancy advice and support Access to the social fund Discounts and privileges from sponsors Full access into specialised areas of the Unichef website Ongoing promotions and discounts Voting rights on major issues and decisions Support. Unichef members can gain active support on many issues including Contracts and Pay Discrimination Working Conditions Bullying and Harassment Dispute Mediation Self-Employment and Tax advice Leaving Unichef. Members may leave the Union at any time by cancelling their subscription or by contacting us using the contact form provided (this is located at the bottom of every page on the site) upon which we will cancel their subscription and return their £1 Guarantee. Disputes All disputes in the first instance can be raised by contacting us using the contact form located at the bottom of every page on the site. Full details of dispute resolution and grievances, including the direct contact of the Board of Directors will be issued upon application. Mediation Unichef members have access to the Unions Mediation Service which aims to resolve issues or disputes between Employer and Employee. The guidelines for Mediation are outlined to the Member and Employer prior to acceptance. Board Contact All Members of Unichef have the right to contact the Board of Directors and Executive on issues attaining to their membership of the Union. Details will be issued upon application Voting Rights All Members have equal voting rights on issues that are put before the membership in accordance with the Unions published Articles.
  13. We sometimes refer to Guests as Visitors and we are happy to welcome you to our site. You may have found us through a search engine or from someone who told you about our site. We are thrilled that you have taken the time to visit our site and for your interest in our Union. As a Guest/Visitor you can view some, but not all of the site facilities; you can view but not enter certain areas. You cannot interact with any other members. Regardless of your reason or interest in visiting this site, you will be asked to accept cookies. We have a strict Cookie and Privacy Policy which you can view at any time. COOKIE POLICY PRIVACY POLICY We thank you for your interest and we hope that you enjoy your stay. If you are a Chef and interested in joining then please take a few moments and register - click HERE TO REGISTER
  14. These guidelines apply to all site members and Unichef members Please remember that we are not responsible for any messages posted. We do not vouch for or warrant the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of any message, and are not responsible for the contents of any message. The messages express the views of the author of the message, not necessarily the views of this website or the Union. Any user who feels that a posted message is objectionable is encouraged to contact us immediately by email. We have the ability to remove objectionable messages and we will make every effort to do so, within a reasonable time frame, if we determine that removal is necessary. You agree, through your use of this service, that you will not use this website to post any material which is knowingly false and/or defamatory, inaccurate, abusive, vulgar, hateful, harassing, obscene, profane, sexually oriented, threatening, invasive of a person's privacy, or otherwise violative of any law. You agree not to post any copyrighted material unless the copyright is owned by you or by this website. Our software uses cookies to distinguish you from other users of our website. This helps us to provide you with a personalized experience when you browse this site. You can view our cookie policy HERE You can view our Privacy Policy HERE If you do not agree to these guidelines and policies please do not use this site.
  15. Guests, Site Members and Unichef Members The difference between the different groups is as follows: Guests can view most, but not all of the facilities of the site; there are some sections and facilities that guests can see but cannot enter; there are also certain facilities that guests cannot see. Guests cannot interact or use any of the site facilities. Site Members are members of the site, but not of the Union; there are certain sections that members can see but cannot enter and there are some sections that site members cannot use. Site members can interact but on a limited basis. Site members cannot facilitate the use of Unichef member-only benefits. Unichef Members are actual members of the Union and have unlimited access to all of the site facilities as well as off-site facilities. To become a Unichef Member of the Union you first have to register as a site member, once you have registered you can then take out a subscription which will make you a fully paid-up member of the Union for as long as you continue to pay your dues. The system will automatically move you into the Unichef member's group giving you unlimited access to all of the site facilities. Should you choose to leave the Union and cancel or do not renew your subscription, the system will automatically revert you to ordinary site member status; when this happens, you will no longer have unlimited access to the site facilities and will no longer be entitled to fully paid-up member benefits. Register as a site member now - CLICK HERE
  16. Time to Change is a growing social movement working to change the way we all think and act about mental health problems. We've already reached millions of people and begun to improve attitudes and behaviour. Despite the progress we’ve made, we know that many people still don’t consider mental health relevant to them. They don’t believe mental health problems are likely to affect them or people they know. But the reality is that mental health can affect anyone. Statistically, 1 in 4 of us will fight a mental health problem in any given year. That’s why our work is so important. No one should have to fear being treated differently because of a mental health problem.
  17. Dave

    MIND

    We provide advice and support to empower anyone experiencing a mental health problem. We campaign to improve services, raise awareness and promote understanding. We won't give up until everyone experiencing a mental health problem gets support and respect. Every year, one in four of us will experience a mental health problem. But hundreds of thousands of people are still struggling. We believe no-one should have to face a mental health problem alone. We’ll listen, give you support and advice, and fight your corner.
  18. Loneliness is a dangerous health issue, one that is widespread and often unseen by other people. It’s not a contagious disease that can be passed onto others, but others can be affected by seeing the effects of loneliness in others. It’s not restricted to any one group of people or age group, nor is it restricted to any country or region; it is universal in its sinister effects on millions of people. There is no magic cure, no immunisation that can be applied; this is something that can enter your life without your intervention in doing anything to bring it about. Loneliness materialises without any warning and can come about over a period or hit you like a flying brick that comes out of nowhere. There is no one single issue that can be assigned to loneliness, there are many reasons and causes that have no limits. What affects one person may not be related to another; each person may be struggling for different reasons and many see no end to the misery that loneliness inflicts. It has been stated recently that loneliness could see the condition as recognised as the UK’s most dangerous health issue.
  19. Dave

    Go Raise

    We are a team of developers, creatives and entrepreneurs from all over the world. Together, we want to make it easy for anyone to raise funds for the things they care about. GoRaise was founded in 2015 with one simple goal; Make fundraising quick, easy, and accessible. Our co-founders, Gary and Ellen, wanted to create a platform for fundraising which allowed anyone shopping online to support a cause that they care about. Since then the number of causes using GoRaise has climbed to an enormous 80,000+ and we now have over 3,000 retailers offering to make charitable donations on behalf of their customers.
  20. Our vision Our vision is for a world where there are fewer strokes and all those touched by stroke get the help they need. Our mission Our mission is to prevent strokes and achieve life after stroke through providing services, campaigning, education and research. Our five key values are: Professionalism – we have the credibility and drive to deliver against expectations. Passion – we are passionate about the cause we represent and the importance of improving the lives of people affected by stroke. Innovation – we provide solutions, innovate and are driven to do the right thing. Respect and openness – we demonstrate integrity and respect in everything we do and are open-minded, inclusive and approachable. Working together – we seek to build successful partnerships in pursuit of common goals.
  21. Dave

    ACAS

    Acas (Advisory, Conciliation and Arbitration Service) provides free and impartial information and advice to employers and employees on all aspects of workplace relations and employment law. We support good relationships between employers and employees which underpin business success. But when things go wrong we help by providing conciliation to resolve workplace problems. We also provide good value, high-quality training and tailored advice to employers. Our expertise is based on millions of contacts with employers and employees each year and we are governed by an independent Council, including representatives of employer and employee organisations and employment experts.
  22. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) has developed a suite of resources to make it easier for small businesses to meet their health and safety obligations. Health and Safety Made Simple Health and Safety Made Simple takes you quickly through your basic health and safety duties. It provides straightforward, step-by-step guidance describing in plain English what to do and how to do it to achieve a basic level of compliance. It also provides helpful signposts to further resources and information including guidance on topics such as risk assessment.
  23. We are an independent Government department working across England, Wales and Northern Ireland to protect public health and consumers' wider interests in food. We make sure that food is safe and what it says it is. Our strategy, Food We Can Trust 2015-2020, focuses on our purpose and mission. It’s our job to use our expertise and influence so people can trust that the food they buy and eat is safe and honest. Our strategy recognises that there are growing challenges around food safety, affordability, security and sustainability. Our strategy outlines our purpose and responsibilities, and the roles and responsibilities of others, in meeting these challenges.
  24. Dave

    Anaphylaxis

    The Anaphylaxis Campaign is the only UK wide charity solely focused on supporting people at risk of severe allergic reactions. We can provide you with tailored advice through our corporate membership scheme, expert-led conference events and national helpline, to support you to protect your customers. We have excellent links with the foodservice industry, retailers, food producers and regulators, as well as with allergic consumers and healthcare professionals.
  25. THE GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS FELLOWSHIP is a fellowship of men & women who share their experience, strength & hope with each other that they may solve their common problem & help others to do the same. This site offers various help for the compulsive gambler including a Forum, Chat Room, Literature and of course most importantly a meeting finder Meetings are the core of Gamblers Anonymous and we have meetings every day of the week throughout the UK
  26. Dave

    Landaulaw

    Philip Landau and the employment team at Landau Law are well known nationally as specialist employment law solicitors, acting exclusively for UK employees, senior executives and high profile individuals. Our regular contribution as experts in the media is a testimony to our recognition as leading specialists. This includes the BBC, The Guardian, Sky News, LBC News Radio, ITN, Radio 4, Radio London, Talk Radio, The Financial Times, Wall Street Journal, The Sunday Times, The Independent, and The Telegraph.
  27. Bullying in the workplace Have you ever wondered why bullying chefs are the way they are? Why some kitchens are so "tribal", why they need to shout, play the big guy or simply just behave as if the whole kitchen revolves around them? Well, now you have all the answers in Wendy M.B Bloisi's fascinating thesis on Bullying and Negative behaviour in Commercial Kitchens. It’s a very long read but pick out the bones of it and you can always use it the next time you have a Bully in the kitchen that thinks he's Gordon Ramsey. In layman’s terms, bullying is often down to two basic issues. The bullies lack of self-confidence and low self-esteem of the bully and the poor knowledge and education that they have in how much damage they do when they behave in this way. Also, the Tribal issues that Wendy talks about are often very prevalent in kitchens, the kitchen hierarchical system that often prevails means that chefs of a lower rank age or sex are often bullied or picked upon for little reason, and often its always been that way. They seldom seem to realise that their very words and actions can often have a profound effect on people. They fail to accept opinions that their actions are not acceptable in modern kitchens, they see it as “banter “or everyday kitchen talk and cannot understand just why people are now saying that this type of behaviour simply must stop. Chefs who believe that chefs must be tough to survive or that bad behaviour is fine because “that’s the way we were taught” are simply in the dark ages. This behaviour has nothing to with cooking and just because you can act tough doesn’t mean you’re any better as a chef. Mary Berry doesn’t need to act tough or bully anyone and many of the true greats of our craft are equally confident people who use their talents to communicate. Bullying isn’t just pointless and damaging, it’s also illegal to the point of harassment and punishable by dismissal, fines, or even imprisonment. For sure the days of the bully in kitchens are numbered, as people stand up to this vile action and demand better treatment from work colleagues and employers.
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