Sodexo is regularly awarded prizes and international recognition for its initiatives in a variety of areas ranging from services to human resources and environmental protection.We take great pride in the awards and achievements we earn as a result of our mission, values and dedicated workforce.
Among the recent awards received by Sodexo:
January 2016: The editors of Canada’s Top 100 Employers have recognized Sodexo as one of Canada’s leading employers for people under thirty years old.
December 2015: Disability Voice Taskforce has been recognized in the Top 10 Disability Networks category of the Global Diversity List 2015.
December 2015: Sodexo Women's International Forum for Talent (SWIFt) has been recognized in the Top 10 Women’s Employee Networks category of the Global Diversity List 2015.
November 2015: Sodexo Recognized as one of Hamilton-Niagara's Top Employers for 2016.
May 2015: The editors of Canada’s Top 100 Employers have recognized Sodexo as one of Canada’s leading employers for people under thirty years old.
April 2015: Sodexo also landed on the following specialty lists: #3 Top 10 Companies for Diversity Councils; #3 Top 10 Companies for Mentoring; #5 Top 10 Companies for Global Diversity; #8 Top 10 Companies for Disabilities; #10 Top 10 Companies for Recruitment
March 2015: Mediacorp examined Sodexo Canada’s employee network groups, community partnerships and various training and skill development programs for women, visible minorities, persons with disabilities, Aboriginal peoples and lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered/transsexual (LGBT) peoples and discovered a forward-thinking culture that recognizes diversity as a business imperative.
November 2014: Sodexo is recognized as an industry leader in offering exceptional places to work and as an employer that offers the most progressive and forward-thinking programs for employees.
August 2014: Out on Bay Street has named Dean Johnson the recipient of the 2014 Deloitte Leaders to be Proud of – Advocate Award. Dean has been recognized for his significant contributions to LGBT workplace advocacy and is considered an exemplary leader and advocate for diverse and inclusive workplaces.
June 2014: Sodexo President and CEO Dean Johnson has been named a 2014 Catalyst Canada Honours Champions for his transformational leadership and commitment to advancing women in the organization, the industry and communities.
April 2014: Sodexo Canada continues to lead the industry in sustainability and corporate citizenship and celebrated Earth Day with the announcement that it has been recognized as one of Canada's Greenest Employers for the fourth consecutive year.
April 2014: Sodexo Canada's commitment to attracting and retaining highly skilled older employees has been recognized with a 2014 Employers Award for 50 Plus Canadians from the Workplace Institute.