We are delighted to have been listed for the third year running in The Times 50 Top Employers for Women announced today .
In 2015 we were extremely excited to be invited to be a part of Sodexo’s brand new Supply Chain Inclusion Programme – the first of its kind and an amazing opportunity to put Joe & Seph’s Popcorn in front of a whole new audience.
Sodexo UK and Ireland’s Exec Chef Tom Allen, and Head of Dietetics, Wan Mak, explain how the facilities management company’s Green & Lean project is making meals more sustainable – but just as tasty.
Today is the first day of Responsible Business Week and to mark it we have launched our corporate responsibility report for the year.
18th – 22nd April is responsible business week and to mark it we are launching our corporate responsibility report and sharing our key corporate responsibility stories from the past year.
On this, St.Patrick’s Day, when all things green are celebrated, and everybody is Irish, it seems appropriate to share some insight about Origin Green, Ireland’s National Sustainability Plan for the entire Irish food and drink industry, and how Sodexo is engaging in this innovative programme.
The results from the latest Sodexo University Lifestyle survey have now been published and as the first one to be completed with all respondents paying £9,000 in annual tuition fees it makes some interesting reading.
This Fairtrade Fortnight we at Sodexo are playing host to Franceska Salazar Hilacondo, a Peruvian coffee farmer, who is visiting several of our sites to talk about the importance of Fairtrade to support the livelihoods of coffee farmers in Peru.
It seems many business leaders are able to link productivity improvements to profits. It’s interesting to note 75% of all companies’ growth in the UK from 1998 to 2007 has come from productivity improvements. A recent article in the Harvard Business Review established a link between improved engagement and improved productivity. So the formula works like this: