Is employee happiness a dietary requirement?

Paul Hurren, Managing Director:

"Uplifting food experiences can turn a good working day into a great one.

Traditional working hours are a thing of the past. People start their days earlier or work later into the evenings. Taking breakfast or an evening meal at work is not uncommon. It’s our job to make eating at work a joy by feeding the body, mind and soul, with fantastic food and inviting, stimulating dining spaces.

We fuel workplace happiness and wellbeing with nutritious, well-balanced, delicious food that mirrors the way work – from restaurants and cafés to grab-and-go options. Our social hubs allow employees to reconnect and reenergise. This lifts spirits, promotes productivity and gives a positive feeling of a work/life balance throughout the day. All in a day’s work!"