Workplace café to offer three meals a day from September
Travers Smith has grow to be the most recent regulation agency to step up its sustainability efforts, with its workplace canteen to offer free meals for its employees in a bid to minimise food waste.
The Metropolis participant will present restricted night dinning this summer time earlier than a full launch in September for all its employees — legal professionals and enterprise service professionals alike.
In accordance with Edmund Reed, the agency’s managing companion, the choice is pushed by a “desire to create a really enjoyable and fun space where everyone can gather to socialise or work together whilst simultaneously getting great coffee and food.”
However the free grub can be a part of a bid to scale back food waste, which the agency says will help its sustainability targets.
A part of this objective sees the agency, which scored an A* for ‘eco-friendliness’ in our newest Trainee and Junior Lawyer Survey, function ‘Meat free Mondays’ and ‘Use up Fridays’.
Burn up Fridays, for instance, sees the canteen use frozen leftovers into new meals for Friday. This consists of straining unused yoghurt to make dips and condiments, or turning leftover bananas into muffins.
Commenting on the initiative, Reed mentioned:
“Not charging for meals has also allowed us to focus on food which is both delicious and healthy meaning not only do our people eat well, but as a business we produce minimal waste which supports our sustainability goals.”
Within the current years, the authorized occupation has pushed sustainability efforts additional than ever earlier than, with a raft of Metropolis companies saying decrease carbon targets. Reed Smith additionally just lately rolled out its ‘industry-first’ coverage of counting ‘sustainability hours’ in direction of billing targets.