All posts by Jennie Burnell

Owen and Emma

Adapting to life with type 1 Diabetes

When I was asked write a blog about my experience of my son having type 1 Diabetes as part of international day for disabled p

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Movember men's health

Men & Health: Why we need to talk

On Sunday 19th November, it is International Men’s Day, inaugurated in 1992 with a focus on improving gender relations, prom

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Christie Cook, Vending Co-ordinator, Sodexo

All Different, All Equal

As an employer of 34,000 people, we have an obligation to impact the society which we serve in a positive way but what can we

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ladies and gentlemen

The end of ladies and gentlemen?

Earlier this summer, we saw Transport for London (Tfl) replace the term ‘Ladies and Gentlemen’ in its public address annou

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Black History Month & world mental health day

Black history month & world mental health day

October 2017 is the 30th anniversary of Black History Month in the UK.  It is a month long celebration of the achievements of

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Connect for inclusion National Inclusion week

Connecting people through food from around the world: Sodexo partner with Santander for National Inclusion Week

We are delighted to be working in partnership with Santander to help celebrate National Inclusion Week this week (starting fro

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Hajj Blog

Hajj – One Day

One day I will be going on this spiritual journey to perform my Hajj.

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Sodexo childcare vouchers

Five ways to entertain children over the summer using childcare vouchers

The summer holidays are upon us and that brings up one big issue for a lot of people; 6 weeks of childcare to organise.

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Julie Evans and the voluteers Out & Equal Equality Institute Conference

Employees share their experience of Out & Equal event

This post was written by the following Sodexo employees: George Swanepoel, lounge manager, & Pride network committee membe

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