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June 23, 2015

There’s Nothing Spontaneous about a Successful Career – Sodexo Guest Blog

Guest Blog By Trish Freshwater, Sodexo I’m a planner by nature. I live by my calendar and often look ahead in six-month chunks of time. For me, six months might as well be six weeks, or, sometimes six days. Life moves fast and if you’re not paying attention, it can pass right on by you. This is especially true when it comes to your career. If you don’t make plans and set goals, you’re likely
August 27, 2015

Sodexo Blog: Focusing on Abilities Unites Coworkers with and without Disabilities

  Focusing on Abilities Unites Coworkers with and without Disabilities By Trish Freshwater, Senior Manager, Talent Acquisition -Sodexo   During the school year, I often will stop at a grocery store after my kids’ morning drop off to pick up odds and ends that run out in between shopping trips. There are two stores on my journey, but I always pick the one closest to my children’s school. My choice is not just for the
October 2, 2015

Guest Blog: Sodexo Employees Celebrate the Abilities of Others for #NDEAM – Part 1

Sodexo Employees Celebrate the Abilities of Others for #NDEAM – Part 1 By Autumn McReynolds, Employment Brand Sourcing Manager Do you know what the “world’s largest minority group” is? Often unseen, disabilities are more common than most people know. For me, however, this has always been top of mind, having grown up with a grandmother who was unable to walk, a close family friend with a learning disability and a former coworker with an intellectual
November 24, 2015

Guest Blog: Sodexo Employees Celebrate the Abilities of Others for #NDEAM – Part 3

By Autumn McReynolds, Employment Brand Sourcing Manager Do you know how many people have some type of disability? It may surprise you to learn that it’s over one billion people worldwide and that 70% of those are non-apparent. I and my fellow members of the Sodexo Organization for disAbilities Resources (SOAR) work to raise awareness and provide education/resources for not only employees with disabilities but also their allies to help create an inclusive culture that
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