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Kingdom Cleaning joins equality, diversity and inclusion network

The cleaning and soft services provider has become a member of Inclusive Companies, a premier network of organisations leading in equality, diversity and inclusion.

Kingdom Cleaning, which employs over 2,000 people across the UK, joins Inclusive Companies to foster its diversity and inclusion strategy, which recognises and values the differences of each employee.

The partnership will provide Kingdom Cleaning with the opportunity to connect with some of the nation’s leading diversity advocates and expand its knowledge and understanding of E,D&I best practice.

Jan-Hein Hemke, Managing Director of Kingdom Cleaning, said: “Kingdom Cleaning is committed to the principles of equality of opportunity for all and we strive to create a diverse workforce. As part of this strategy, we never stop educating ourselves and always look at ways in which we can become more inclusive.

“People want to work in a fair and rewarding environment, and customers are increasingly looking to work with ethical companies. Our partnership with Inclusive Companies is the first step in a renewed effort to boost our E,D&I commitments. Over the next few months we will be taking further measures to make Kingdom Cleaning a shining example of fairness and inclusivity best practice.”

Webinar – Waste & Biotechnology: How biotechnology is helping FMs achieve their sustainability goals and reduce waste.

FMJ & Advetec are on a mission to help FMs accelerate their NetZero plans – but it’s a process that must first start with lifting the blindfold, challenging the waste supply chain, being accountable and making great user of technology.

On the 26th January at 11am FMJ & Advetec are holding a webinar on how biotechnology can help FMs achieve their sustainability goals and reduce food waste.

FMJ Editor, Sara Bean, will be joined by:

  • Dr Stephen Wise, Chief Strategic Development Officer, Advetec
  • Rochelle Gee, Head of Property Services, Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust
  • Ray Parmenter, CChem MRSC, MCIWM, CIWM: Head of Policy and Technical
  • Chris Havers, Programme Director Acclaro Advisory & SFMI

Together they will discuss:

  • The role of the circular economy in helping cut carbon emissions.
  • Challenges and opportunities for FMs in managing waste to meet environment, social and governance (ESG).
  • How the latest technology is available to help.

Click here to register.

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