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Company Overview of Sodexo Canada Ltd.
Sodexo Canada Ltd. provides on-site, benefit and reward, and personal and home services for clients, employees, and visitors. It offers onsite services for corporate, healthcare, education, remote site, senior, and sports and leisure customers; benefit and reward services, such as employee benefit, incentive and recognition, public benefit, and consumer gifting services; and personal and home services, including childcare and concierge services, as well as home services for dependent people. Sodexo Canada Ltd. was formerly known as Sodexho Canada Ltd. The company was founded in 1966 and is based in Burlington, Canada. Sodexo Canada Ltd. operates as a subsidiary of Sodexo S.A.
5420 North Service Road
Burlington, ON L7L 6C7
Founded in 1966
Key Executives for Sodexo Canada Ltd.
Chief Executive Officer of Sodexo S.A.
Chief Executive Officer of Sodexo Inc and President of Sodexo Inc
Senior Vice President of Remote Sites
Vice President of Communications & Corporate Affairs
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
Sodexo Canada Ltd. Key Developments
Mackenzie Health Announces Partnership with Sodexo Canada to Expand the Interconnectivity of IT Systems
Sep 12 16
Mackenzie Health announced that it is expanding its innovation strategy by radically advancing how it delivers non-clinical support services. As part of Mi2's first-in-Canada Innovation Unit, the hospital is partnering with Sodexo Canada, to expand the interconnectivity of IT systems that manage service fulfillment to improve care through greater efficiencies and patient-centred flexibility. Sodexo is working closely with Mackenzie Health to develop, test and evaluate technological solutions and innovations that will be adopted to improve patient care across the healthcare system. Impacted support services include: call centre operations, environmental services, patient transport, bio med and physical plant maintenance, central equipment distribution, security and patient food services. The project involves upgrading the functionality of the hospital's call centre (which directs internal service requests to the appropriate inpatient unit) and integrating the call centre's IT systems with the hospital's electronic medical record, which digitally manages patient scheduling. The project's goal is to get as close as possible to 'one-touchpoint' service fulfillment, freeing clinical staff to spend more at the bedside caring for patients. Under the envisioned 'smart' system, a single directive from a physician or nurse entered into the hospital's patient flow system will automatically trigger the entire range of support services needed to fulfill the request. Each automated digital service request will be time stamped, scheduled and directed to the appropriate support staff via mobile devices. This latest expansion of Mackenzie Health's innovation strategy is expected to establish new healthcare industry support service standards that will be shared with other hospitals in Ontario and beyond.
Sodexo Signs Global Business and Disability Network Charter
Jul 12 16
Sodexo just signed the internationally recognized ILO Global Business Disability Network Charter. Signatories to the Charter agree to work together to advance workplace inclusion on a global scale by sharing ideas, resources and best practices. The signing ceremony took place June 29th in Paris at a special event organized by the International Labor Organization (ILO) Global Business and Disability Network (GBDN). Over the next 10 years, Sodexo would continue its drive to actively recruit, engage and support people with disabilities throughout its worldwide operations, including Canada. The four companies that signed the Charter also became members of GBDN, which brings businesses together to promote workplace inclusion by highlighting the business advantages of employing people with disabilities.
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