Last week, I joined the Outward Bound Trust’s residential course in Loch Eil, Scotland to experience the Sodexo Health and Wellbeing challenge first hand.
Last month Sodexo took part in a Business in the Community (BITC) event as part of Responsible Business Week looking at ‘products with purpose’ and how having purpose, which they classified as ‘a higher goal which seeks positive results for the world outside your four walls’, can be a differentiator in an ever more competitive, conscious marketplace.
I was asked last year by the Business Services Association to take on the chair of their Cleaning Committee. The Cleaning Committee was formed in 2013, in response to interest from BSA members operating cleaning services within the FM industry.
This summer, we are proud to be working with world-famous gourmet chef Raymond Blanc OBE as he lends his culinary talents to two of the UK’s most prestigious events; Royal Ascot and the RHS Chelsea Flower Show – creating sumptuous dining experiences combining the best of English tradition and global artistry.
If someone asks you whether you are happy with your Quality of Life, you might have an instant ‘gut reaction’ of an answer. However, as soon as you start trying to unpack the concept further, you realise that it’s quite a difficult metric to quantify.
This post was created by Andy Rogers, HR director, HR services, Sodexo UK and Ireland We are in the middle of our current employee engagement survey. The window lasts four weeks and for the first time we have been able to offer it online to every employee in the company. In the past we have […]
In the foodservice industry, food waste has historically been a blind spot for many operations, with little to no data to illuminate it. But that story is now changing in a significant way. More than ever before, food waste is in the spotlight, and organizations like Sodexo are paving the path for smarter utilization of these important resources.