Sodexo, the only company in its industry to make the list, ranks among the top 15 best companies for Latinas to work for
Over the next three years, Sodexo will reach more than 100,000 employees with a new workplace strategy to help end violence against women in Latin America and India. This Commitment to Action with the Clinton Global Initiative includes expansion and development of education, counseling, and employment opportunities that will improve quality of life and promote gender equality in the workplace.
GAITHERSBURG, Md., September 20, 2016 – Sodexo, world leader in Quality of Life Services, has launched a three-year Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) commitment called Girls, Women, and the Global Goals: Workplace Strategies to End Violence Against Women. This project, announced on September 20, will promote awareness and training for gender-based violence issues, as well as create jobs and opportunities for victims of gender-based violence. Sodexo makes this commitment as part of a group convened by No Ceilings, Vital Voices, and WEConnect International to advance the gender equality targets under the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).
At the 2016 Clinton Global Initiative Annual Meeting, Sodexo releases new case study highlighting accomplishments around its 2014 Commitment to Action
GAITHERSBURG, Md., September 19, 2016. Two years ago, Sodexo, world leader of Quality of Life services, made a Clinton Global Initiative (CGI) Commitment to Action to purchase globally $1 billion in products and services over three years from micro, small, and medium-size enterprises, especially those owned and operated by women. At the 2016 CGI Annual Meeting, Sodexo releases a new case study detailing the progress it has made to include reaching a spend of $506 million in its work with 4,700 small and medium sized enterprises (SMEs) around the world.
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GAITHERSBURG, Md. July 27, 2016 — Michael Black tells everyone that he feels lucky to work for Sodexo, world leader in Quality of Life Services. Michael is employed with Sodexo’s food service team at the headquarters of Canada’s largest grocery chain, Loblaws. He works in the dish room doing general cleaning duties for the cafeteria that feeds 4,000 Loblaw staff each day. So why does Michael feel so fortunate? Michael is hearing impaired and never imagined that he could get a job where he is a highly valued team member.
Sodexo is recognized by the National Organization on Disability for identifying, sourcing, onboarding and managing performance of talent with disabilities
Members of Sodexo PRIDE volunteer time and talent across the country in support of LGBT community members living with HIV/AIDS