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Sodexo Supports Me

Employee helpline launched

 
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In July 2015, Sodexo are launchingare new employee helpline - it’s anonymous, free, confidential and available for every employee and their immediate families to turn to when issues like illness, debt and family problems arise.

We care about your wellbeing and that’s why Sodexo Supports Me has been added to our benefits package. We know that life can sometimes be stressful - trying to balance family and work time, managing your money and staying fit and healthy. Turn to Sodexo Supports Me for help to keep life ticking along.

Just a simple call can give you access to information and expert counselling over the phone from AXA ICAS, a totally independent organisation. Qualified counsellors and psychologists can help you with problems affecting your wellbeing or psychological health and work-life consultants are able to offer practical and impartial advice on everyday matters.

Please take advantage of this new benefit.

Find out more on the employee wellbeing page.

Contact Sodexo Supports Me 

0800 072 7072 (UK)
1 800 62 60 377* (IRELAND)
+ 44 141 559 6487 (ABROAD)
*ROI - only from a landline or the following mobile networks: 3G, Meteor, O2, Tesco, Vodafone
 

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Amanda S. - Well done to Sodexo, this is a really cool idea. Luckily I don't feel I need it at the mo.

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