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Fare of London scores 84% in Best Employers in Hospitality Awards employee engagement survey

Contract and event catering company Fare of London has achieved a score of 84% in the Best Employers in Hospitality (BEH) Awards employee engagement survey. The survey was conducted by Employee Engagement experts, People Insight Ltd on behalf of Caterer.com. Designed to measure employee’s attitudes and beliefs, the survey consisted of questions concerning key employee engagement issues, the results of which were compiled and calculated to give an average of 84%.

When asked if they would recommend the company as a good place to work, 89% of employees gave a positive response and 91% of employees responded that they “care about the future of the company”. The company also achieved a score of 95% from employees when asked about customer service, a figure 5% higher than the BEH average.  

Fare of London Senior Event Manager and HR ambassador Kym McWhinnie says: “We were delighted to have achieved such a great score for our employee engagement survey. Our Fare of London values play a major role at the very core of the company and we always encourage professional, iconic, memorable, innovative and passionate service throughout every member of staff in every department. We’re very proud with our results particularly seeing that our employees would recommend the company as a good place to work. I’m looking forward to using the survey results to help me develop our employee engagement strategy moving forward.”  

Fare of London Managing Director John Durden adds: “We’re very proud that we’ve gained such great results from our employee engagement strategy. Our HR team do a great job in communicating with and motivating our staff. Staff engagement and training will prove imperative for Fare of London in the next few months, especially with the new allergen labelling legislation putting caterers in the spotlight. We believe that a happy workforce is a productive workforce and are very proud that we have achieved such great employee satisfaction.”

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