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The TikTok trends influencing school dinners

Sodexo reveals how the social media platform is providing inspiration and innovation for its school lunch offering Sodexo and AiP have revealed today that its culinary development team is taking inspiration from TikTok and Instagram to update its school food offering. The food services and facilities management business which feeds pupils in over 500 schools in the UK, has been inspired by social media trends such as the rise of ‘fakeaways’ – making healthier versions of takeaway-style food at home – and incorporated these into its food menu strategy. School children can, as a result, now expect to see healthy dupes of dishes such as chicken katsu curry and cauliflower korma, which don’t compromise on flavour, showing up in the school dining hall.   

Sodexo gifts more than £1 million to help SMEs and not for profits fund apprenticeships

Sodexo is helping numerous small companies and not-for-profit organisations to upskill their workforce by gifting more than £1 million of its apprenticeship levy to support 106 new apprentices.

Sodexo’s Natalie Atherton named in 2019 Top 50 #WomeninEngineering

We’re incredibly proud of our team mate Natalie who was recognised yesterday for being in the top 50 women engineers of 2019. A fantastic achievement for a brilliant engineer ? and such well deserved recognition for Nat ?Celebrating 100 years of the women in engineering! #WE50 pic.twitter.com/Srlbe0PV1X

Managers failing staff by not setting specific goals

Only one in five (21%) employees in the UK reported being set specific goals by their managers, according to new research published by Sodexo Engage.

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