Diverse ethnic origins
Sodexo fights against discrimination on the basis of origin, through awareness raising programs, targeted trainings and development opportunities.
We serve clients and consumers from all countries, all national origins and all cultures. We put an emphasis on ensuring that our teams are as diverse as those of our clients, in order to better understand and respond to the diversity of preferences and expectations. This is reflected through formal commitments and specific tools (training, reporting, manager compensation) that raise awareness about discrimination on the basis of origins.
In the U.S., more than 18,000 managers and 24,000 non-management employees have participated in at least one awareness program regarding non-discrimination.
In Canada, Sodexo is regularly recognized by the Canadian Council for Aboriginal Business for its recruiting, training and professional development practices in aboriginal communities.
In Australia, management teams participate in training sessions on aboriginal cultures and a local hiring program has been put in place.
> Read the article “In Australia: atonement through employment ”
(with courtesy of "Le Monde" July 16, 2010)
In Peru, young people from the local communities of Huari are able to take part in training in hotel-restaurant trades in a center created by Sodexo and one of its clients.
For Sodexo, diversity and inclusion are priorities. They represent a competitive advantage as well as a business imperative.
Read our Global Inclusion News (Dec. 2012)
Diversity Charters and Labels
Sodexo has signed many charters and reference labels in diversity worldwide.
Sodexo's Accessible Customer Service Plan
Sodexo is committed to excellence in servicing all of our customers, including people with disabilities. In compliance with the Ontarians for Disabilities Act, we are happy to share our Accessible Customer Service Plan.