It was interesting to read the comments made by Paul Rankin last week about encouraging children to learn six staple dishes at school to prepare them for university life, as reported in Cost Sector Catering magazine.
This was a question I was often asked after joining Sodexo’s Women Work network, being a man. Selfishly I’d reply: ‘Two main reasons. The first is that to grow my career I need to network, where better to start?’
Today is Equal Pay Day and the theme of last month’s International Women’s Day was ‘Make It Happen’. In the last century women have fought hard for equality in politics, in society and in business, but there is still more work to be done
Someone once said to me something very telling about the subject of Generations. “It’s not new is it? People of all ages have been working alongside each other forever”. That’s clearly true. The pyramids were most probably built with some form of cross-generational team working. So why the sudden interest and focus on Generations in […]
WWF has been working globally with Sodexo since 2013 to reduce the impacts of Sodexo’s business on the environment. In the UK, Sodexo is partnering with WWF on its Livewell for Life project, with the objective of reducing the environmental impact of the meals the company serves by creating healthier and more sustainable menu choices.
The 2016 National Chef of the Year competition is now open for entries.
Organised by the Craft Guild of Chefs, it’s the most prestigious culinary competition in the UK and previous winners go on to become household names, and not just in this country but in Gordon Ramsey’s case around the world.
This week is National Salt Awareness Week which is organised by Consensus Action on Salt and Health (CASH), chaired by Professor MacGregor and his team. The week is run on an annual basis with the aim of raising awareness of the harmful effects of a high salt diet, and promoting more direct action on salt from the food industry and government.
When I first joined Sodexo three years ago I made the decision not to be out at work.
From previous working environments I was of the opinion that while many companies have policies around diversity, when it came to LGBT they didn’t genuinely mean what they said.