Sodexo has published its seventh annual corporate citizenship report as a micro-site –

Previously, Sodexo has produced hard copies of the report but this year the company produced a summary document and the micro-site for the full report in order to give readers a more engaging experience that includes video clips ranging from diversity and inclusion to sustainable fish and seafood, Sodexo’s STOP Hunger initiative to ‘What’s for lunch’ – an animation that illustrates the sustainability aspects present in a plate of lunch.

The report demonstrates the role that corporate citizenship plays in the company’s culture and performance, and highlights some key achievements of Sodexo teams over the last year. It details the progress of the Better Tomorrow Plan, the company’s sustainability strategy to 2020. The plan aims to consolidate corporate citizenship efforts across operations by combining values and ethical principles, specific sustainability commitments and an assurance to engage with stakeholders.

The report provides an insight into how Sodexo manages the ‘Better Tomorrow Plan’ and tracks progress. It covers health, nutrition and wellbeing, local community development including Sodexo’s worldwide STOP Hunger campaign, and commitments to environmental performance in the supply chain and at Sodexo sites.

Thomas Jelley, Sodexo corporate citizenship manager, said: “The report details our progress over the year, our future goals and commitments. During 2011 we worked especially hard on stakeholder engagement across all areas of the Better Tomorrow Plan and have made significant progress. We were also enormously grateful for significant external recognition in industry awards and our ‘Gold’ ranking in the Business in the Community CR Index.”

Last week Sodexo won the Stakeholder Engagement award at the Footprint Forum Awards.

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