Sodexo makes Work-from-work More Engaging to Suit Hybrid Working

Sodexo India Makes Work-from-work More Engaging Unveils Transformed Workplace in Mumbai to Suit Hybrid Working
The company accomplishes this through a systematic approach of workplace transformation, Vital Spaces which encompasses traditional services for food and facilities management.

At Sodexo, it all starts with the everyday. The company firmly believes that little actions enhance an employee’s everyday experience at the workplace and beyond, delivering greater impact and improved quality of life.

  • 30,000 sq. ft. workspace houses 350+ employees from Sodexo India & Sodexo Business Support (SBS) for Asia Pacific region.
  • New office empowers workplace transformation for superior employee experience.
  • 25 years memoir: A compilation of growth journey with valued partners released.

Building on this concept, Sodexo India curated its new workplace, Sodexo India House in Mumbai. The inauguration ceremony was graced by Johnpaul Dimech, Region Chair, Asia Pacific, along with Rohit Bahety, Country President, Sodexo India.

Spread across 30,000 sq. ft., the modern workplace accommodates 350+ employees from Sodexo Onsite Services and SBS, a shared service centre delivering standardized systems and processes from a single location to support Sodexo’s operations across 13 countries with services ranging from Finance & Accounting, Human Resources, Supply Management, Information Technology and Health, Safety and Environmental topics.

Speaking at the milestone event, Rohit Bahety, Country President Sodexo India, said, “The new ways of working demand flexibility and work-life benefits that support employee productivity and well-being. The core is to create personalized experiences.”

“We want to ensure that, from the time employees step into the workplace every day, this new space supports their interactions with colleagues, allows them to destress in relaxed settings, and experience our unique hospitality through curated food offers that would be an immersive experience” Rohit Bahety added. 

The company accomplishes this through a systematic approach to workplace transformation, Vital Spaces which encompasses traditional services for food and facilities management.

In addition to addressing the evolving workforce challenges that come with new hybrid, flexible work models – from workplace strategy, design, management, and work-life services to technology and analytics, the company look at each aspect of employee experience in a comprehensive manner.

A suite of new technologies and innovations makes Sodexo India House employee-friendly and sustainable. In the area of facilities management, smart technologies like contactless visitor management, sensor-based cleaning & occupancy management, light-dimming solutions, and interactive touchscreens make services effortless.

Vibrant collaboration areas foster ideation in informal settings and encourage teamwork. F&B experiences range from the company’s signature beverage solution, Aspretto to vending solutions that offer food any time of the day.

Supporting the hybrid work culture, the office follows an open architecture philosophy with hot-desking and phone booths and further provides ergonomic employee stations with air quality sensors to ensure employee health & wellness.

“Happy employees lead to happy customers. The journey starts with self. By empowering our staff with a transformed workplace, we are able to support our clients to create personalized workspaces to elevate their own employee experiences, keeping their workforce engaged, happy, and healthy, added Rohit Bahety.

The launch of the new workplace, Sodexo India House, is yet another milestone in the ongoing silver jubilee celebration of the company. The event also witnessed the unveiling of a coffee table book chronicling Sodexo’s 25 years of journey in India.


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