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Spa & wellness


Healthier, happier hospitality


Even before the pandemic, more than half of hospitality workers did not make their employers aware of their mental health issues. Throw in the financial insecurity and social isolation caused by continual lockdowns and it becomes clear that the hospitality industry could be in the midst of a looming mental health crisis. Elly Earls speaks to Tim Etherington-Judge, founder of Healthy Hospo; Sue Harmsworth, founder of ESPA; and Mark Lewis, CEO of Hospitality Action, about how hoteliers can support staff and guests during this difficult period.


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rom the outside, it looked like Tim Etherington- Judge had it made. As global ambassador for a drinks brand, he was flying from exotic destination to exotic destination teaching people how to select whisky. ‘How did you manage to land a gig like that?’ was a question he had to field all too frequently, while inside he was asking himself how he could get out of it. He was in the air more than he was at home


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and his almost constant travel schedule had led to a toxic combination of poor nutrition, little exercise, irregular sleep and social isolation, on top of excessive alcohol consumption, which eventually culminated in a suicide attempt in a hotel room in 2016. Unfortunately, this was far from an isolated incident. When Etherington-Judge started talking publicly about his experiences, he received hundreds of messages


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