The group, which operates six bars and restaurants across the Highlands with more than 100 staff, has promised to give all staff with a wage that covers the true cost of living, and exceeding the government’s national living wage.
Cru Holdings director Scott Murray (pictured) said, “The well-being of our staff has always been a top priority, but the last 18 months have really made us look at new ways that we can support our team through unprecedented times.
“Alongside an average 10% to 15% salary increase across the board, we have added enhanced benefits and guaranteed a maximum working week to ensure everyone has the chance for some much-needed downtime. We know not all businesses are as fortunate as we are in such a volatile time, but our success is thanks to the hard work of all our team – and we’re delighted to be sharing that success with them.”
Cru Holdings’ venues include Prime, Bar One, Scotch & Rye, The Angels’ Share and The Keg.