In 1966, we were among the first few companies in the world to place a social element at the core of our mission. Why? Because we have always wanted our growth to make sense. To make sense for our employees who show up every day. For our clients and suppliers who seek relationships based on shared values. For our shareholders, who want sustained long-term growth. And for the millions of people we serve who hold us accountable to have a positive impact every day.

Better Tomorrow 2025

Today, growing responsibly is about pursuing and tracking what we can do better, safer, healthier and more environmentally-friendly. It’s about improving the way we care for our employees, the food and services we provide, and the way we behave as a corporate citizen.

In 2009 when the time came to find a name for our corporate responsibility roadmap, one naturally stood out: Better Tomorrow Plan.

Because everything we do should add up to a better tomorrow. Better for the individuals we employ and serve. Better for our communities. Better for the world around us and the resources we all share.

Fast forward to today, Better Tomorrow 2025 now propels our action and frames our progress on the most material issues that are either impacting what we do, or inversely, on which we can have an impact.

Issues we hold dear
Stop Hunger ServathonMillions of people around the world suffer from hunger and malnutrition every day. Which is why since 1996, our Stop Hunger movement has fought hard to bring nutrition and empowering skills to these disadvantaged communities.

Sodexo chef cutting tomatoes in a kitchenFood waste is a global issue. And with our widespread footprint around the world, we are in a unique position to help. 

Gender Balance_PH siteIt is a fact that gender balanced businesses and communities do better. This is why we have made it our mission to help both women and men succeed in Sodexo and beyond.
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