As COVID-19 halted travel last year, Sodexo’s on-the-go sales organization was temporarily grounded. Collaborating from home offices, the team continued to offer clients unique and creative solutions to safely reopen operations and meet the needs of customers. As businesses welcomed back employees and customers, many old norms needed to be replaced with new and innovative offerings.
As COVID-19 continues to have a wide-reaching impact across the globe, people with disabilities have been uniquely impacted by the pandemic, requiring additional health, education and transport considerations. And that also includes all the people that are affected with less visible disabilities related to mental health and wellbeing.
More than 2.5M women have left the workplace between February 2020 and January of this year, according to the U.S. Labor Department. Sodexo announced today a partnership with Santa Clara-based - Women Back to Work, to help bridge the employment gap for women and provide access to hundreds of current management opportunities.
While we have had a record number of historical achievements for women in the United States recently, there is still work to be done. Join us this International Women’s Day and Women’s History Month as we choose to challenge the status quo, helping women break the glass ceiling and accelerate gender equality.
Working for a living doesn’t mean you have to suffer. In honor of February being Heart Health Month (and Valentine’s Day, for those who celebrate), we’re going to talk about how loving your job, your colleagues and your company can greatly improve your quality of life.
Sodexo employees have truly embodied the meaning of #WeAreInThisTogether. Navigating the frontlines during COVID-19 has been no easy task. Here are some creative ways our employees have brought positivity to their communities and kept those we serve smiling, even behind a mask.
Our top priority is the security of all employees, consumers and the communities we serve. It is essential that buildings and workspaces remain healthy and safe for everyone.
Sodexo’s teams in Healthcare have worked tirelessly since the earliest days of the COVID-19 pandemic. Whether providing nutrition and food service for patients, maintaining facilities or providing housekeeping services to disinfect and keep spaces clean, these teams have been on the frontline since the beginning.
While doctors and nurses are key to healing patients, housekeeping staff play a keep role in preventing the spread of the virus in a school, college or hospital. They have increased the cleaning protocol of high touch areas and on patient care areas, they sanitize hospital equipment and infected patient rooms and clean emptied rooms to prepare for new patients.
The Sodexo teams at senior living facilities across the country are finding and giving support in many ways! Here are some inspiring examples of how our employees have gone more than the extra mile.