This is the second post created by Lucy Lawrence, offer adaptation manager, Sodexo Government, about becoming pregnant. Read the first post. Ready to go from a work point of view…but from a personal point of view…..nowhere near! Work preparation Handover notes completed – yes Last meeting with line manager completed – yes Last Sodexo pregnancy […]
Eid al-Fitr takes places on 6 July this year marking the end of the month-long fast during the Islamic month of Ramadan. Following-on from the blog Sajna shared with us last month on the significance of Ramadan; we now hear how from Sajna about the importance of this day and how she will be spending time celebrating with family and friends.
This is one of the things that I love about working for Sodexo; the existence of networks like Generations and Womenwork and the tangible values that seem to me to be “real” and supported as opposed to paying lip service.
30th June marks the two year anniversary of changes to government legislation where individuals with 26 weeks service can apply for a flexible working arrangement.
On 17 May Sodexo sites across UK & Ireland were awash with purple as colleagues showed their support for International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBiT).
This week – 6-12 June, marks Carers Week, an annual campaign to raise awareness of caring, highlight the challenges that carers can face and recognise the contribution they make to families and communities throughout the UK.
Sean Haley (pictured right) is interviewed by Shamim Stokes about his role as managing director of Service Operations for Sodexo UK & Ireland, his thoughts on loyalty, leadership and how he’s only ever had one job interview. Born and bred in Yorkshire – and still a resident – also hear about Sean’s workplace experiences of unconscious bias when it comes to the ‘North-South divide’. Listen to […]