Catering group Compass is to begin delivering meals to staff working at home for a range of multinational companies, who are keen to retain this perk to workers while their offices are shut due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
As the Government eases many aspects of the coronavirus lockdown, the foodservice sector has been operating in many guises across industries like education, defence, manufacturing and serving patients and staff across hospitals
Partnership between Compass Group Ireland and NTMA sees 3,000 meals delivered to vulnerable people in just two months
Since Compass Group Ireland and the National Treasury Management Agency teamed up to launch “The Feeding in the Community Initiative” two months ago, they have supported families which are isolating during the pandemic with 3,000 meals.
Last week, I spoke about the importance of empathy in our approach to getting ‘back to business’. In this article, I’ll share my thoughts about the physical and technological changes I believe will be crucial to overcoming the challenges presented by Covid-19.
If you’re anything like me, you’re itching to get back to business. But first, complete transparency.
One month on from the coronavirus lockdown and we are starting to scenario-plan for our future return to operations.
We are almost a month into the coronavirus crisis. It is just 3 weeks since the lockdown that froze almost all parts of the hospitality industry and the announcement of the wage subsidy scheme that has provided a lifeline to many of those affected.
As February approaches, many of us will look back at a January full of change. Healthier eating habits, new physical activity regimes and new mindsets.
At Compass Group, we are celebrating Chef Appreciation Week, a time for us to say thank you to our great team of chefs for their dedication to delivering great food every day.
We are delighted that the Northern Ireland division of Compass Group UK and Ireland was once again victorious at this year’s Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents (RoSPA).