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Servest’s new 100 Club initiative to nurture internal talent

Servest has launched a company-wide learning and development initiative called The 100 Club, as part of its Hidden Talent programme. The campaign, inspired by the arrival of the apprenticeship levy in April, which exists to help the government achieve its target to fund ...

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Skanska to run FM Twitter campaign to celebrate World FM Day

To coincide with World FM Day on 17th May, Skanska will be running a month long Twitter campaign promoting facilities management and its contribution to society. The campaign will feature over 50 tweets in total, including video clips from employees. It will ...

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ReFood announces charity campaign to reduce Christmas waste

In the run up to one of the busiest times of the year for food producers, retailers and charities, UK food waste recycler, ReFood has announced the launch of a campaign to help reduce business food waste and donate money ...

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Europe to prevent food waste in schools with SKOOL programme

Food Waste

After a successful pilot phase in three countries, Sodexo is set to deploy the International Food Waste Coalition’s first action-oriented programme, SKOOL, designed to help schools reduce food waste, exclusively across the company’s sites in Europe. The programme aims to ...

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Working Wise during Work Wise Week

Today marks the first working day of Work Wise Week (15 – 21 May 2016); an awareness campaign designed to encourage business leaders to introduce smarter working practices in order to improve the UK’s ranking in the Developed Nations Productivity ...

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Interserve launches ‘A Woman’s Place’ campaign on International Women’s Day

Interserve has launched a campaign to promote the diversity of opportunity for women across all its businesses. Launched to coincide with International Women’s Day, which is taking place today (8 March), the campaign called ‘A Woman’s Place’, will run across the international ...

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