You can access some of our reports here...
Corporate Responsibility Report
We believe CSR is a vital and inspiring discipline in our business. It has become for us a pre-condition of long term success and a statement of who we are, of our values and our desire to leave a positive footprint in the world from our work.
Our Carbon Reduction Programme
Our Carbon Reduction Report provides information about how we measure, manage and reduce emissions across our organisation. We set ourselves key carbon reduction targets:
- 100% renewable energy for directly supplied energy contracts.
- 25% reduction in food waste.
- 15% reduction in gas and electricity consumption.
- 40% reduction in beef consumption.
Section 172 Report
The Companies (Miscellaneous Reporting) Regulations 2018 require Elior UK to publish a statement explaining how the Directors have given due regard for the matters set out in section 172 (1) (a) to (f) of the Companies Act 2006 while performing their duty to promote the success of the Company for the benefit of its members as a whole ("s.172 statement").
Gender Pay Report
Under current legislation all companies with more than 250 employees have to report six gender pay statistics, including their gender pay gap, on an annual basis. You can access our latest report here.
Modern Slavery Act Statement - 2023
Our modern slavery activities have been identified as part of our modern slavery risk assessment. You can find more details in our report.
Annual Report 2022
Here you can access Elior Group's 2022 Universal Registration Document (Annual Report).
Tax Strategy Document 2022-23
Elior UK is committed to the highest standards of corporate governance, transparency and responsibility. This document sets out our UK taxation strategy for the current financial year.
Elior Group Responsible Sourcing Charter
The objective of the Responsible Sourcing Charter is to share Elior Group’s commitments with its suppliers and to ensure their participation in this process. Elior Group wishes suppliers to sign up to these principles and to collaborate with the Group in implementing compliance with this Charter and, if necessary, to take any appropriate corrective actions as part of a continuous improvement process.
The Future of Care
At the end of 2018, Caterplus, our specialist care catering arm, carried out some research to understand how people want to live in later life. This looks at how the culinary, environmental, health and cultural offerings within care will change over the next twenty years.
Lifetime of Enrichment
Our Lifetime of Enrichment campaign aims to deliver a ‘lifetime’ of social value across economic, environmental, and social factors at every life stage.
Alongside centrally driven activities like charity partnerships and sourcing from socially conscious suppliers, we’ve asked our 10,000 colleagues to support the campaign, taking 2 paid volunteering days every year, with activities logged centrally to track contributions, measure impact and recognise individuals – fostering a culture of giving across the business. The campaign’s target is to deliver 28,835 days of social value by 2025, equivalent to the average number of days in a lifetime.