Businesses: catering is adapting to the pandemic

Empty canteens, abandoned by employees because of the health crisis. In a restaurant that usually serves 500 employees, we had to adapt. The employee now chooses his meal via his smartphone and comes to collect the order at the restaurant. A new way to take a break, and an essential innovation for the sector giant Elior.

Due to the coronavirus, Elior saw its turnover drop by 45%. The catering giant had to cut 1,833 jobs. This new activity should make it possible to limit losses. “The health figure acts as a real accelerator. Uses, we saw them evolve, but indeed, we must think of quickly reinventing the model“, explains Patrick Boisseau, regional director of Ile-de-France, Elior group. Tuesday, October 27, the public authorities called for maximum recourse to teleworking.

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