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Sodexo on the menu at 13 schools in the Southwest

Sodexo has been appointed by the Diocese of Bristol Academies Trust (DBAT) to deliver the catering contracts for its expanding portfolio of primary academy schools. The £800,000 per annum contract commences in September 2020 and is for three years with ...

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Plastic as a material has a key role to play in reducing carbon emissions

A new report commissioned by Veolia and published by Imperial College highlights the importance of plastic as a material compared to alternatives when examining the carbon emissions. The report titled ‘Examining Material Evidence – The Carbon Fingerprint’ analysed over 70 life-cycle assessments ...

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Elior UK launches Covid-secure food brand

To provide reassuarnce to staff returning to work, Elior UK has launched Good to Go – a new Covid-safe relaunch brand that will deliver a delicious range of food at sites quickly, conveniently and safely. The range, specially created by ...

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Interserve offers redundancy support in Liverpool

Interserve Learning & Employment has launched a redundancy support package to help people in Liverpool who have been made jobless during the Covid-19 pandemic. The free package on offer for unemployed people includes help writing CVs, learning how to find ...

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Mitie joins Covid-19 testing pilot for those in high-contact roles

A new Government pilot to evaluate the effectiveness of testing for people without symptoms of the virus who work in high-contact professions will begin today. This will include a select group of staff such as taxi drivers, cleaners, and retail ...

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Arcus FM moves closer to becoming a net-zero emissions business

Arcus has achieved the CO2e Assessed Organisation Carbon Footprint standard, edging the company further along in its journey to becoming a net-zero emissions business. Carbon Footprint Ltd has verified Arcus’ carbon footprint data for the financial year 2019/20, in accordance ...

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Top level changes at ISS

ISS has announced a number of changes to its Executive Group Management which take place with immediate effect. Jacob Götzsche, CEO Europe, has decided to step down to pursue other interests outside of ISS. His role will be picked up ...

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Sodexo recognised in enei Awards

Sodexo’s UK & Ireland Diversity and Inclusion team has been highly commended in the enei awards’ Team of the Year category. The Employers Network for Equality & Inclusion (enei) Awards are an annual recognition of employers who challenge discrimination and ...

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Bartlett Mitchell launches Covid-19 Info Hub

Independent catering business, Bartlett Mitchell, has launched a Covid-19 Info Hub – giving clients, customers, team members and the wider industry a live portal where they can access support and information ahead of the reopening of the hospitality sector. The ...

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Number of employees reluctant to return to the office doubles

New research has revealed that the number of employees who do not want to return to the office has nearly doubled since the start of the lockdown – rising to 34 per cent, from 19 per cent in April. The ...

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