Quick facts
  • What we do:
    London Contract Caterer
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    • 16-18, Hatton Garden, London, EC1N 8AT

About Vacherin Limited

What is it like to work for Vacherin Limited

My Manager
My Manager
Vacherin have set up regular refresher training on the induction process for all managers and supervisors to remind them of the company benefits, standards and initiatives in order to keep all members of the team up to date with. As it has been highlighted that staff simply forget their range of benefits and company activities, especially in the areas of additional training, for example, NVQs, job swaps, charity opportunities and other social events. Chefs appear to be slightly less engaged than other groups in the business, with this in mind Vacherin have set up several Food Orientated Initiatives, including, Chefs Forum, Chefs Eat Out, Increased the Chefs training team by 75%.
Following on from Vacherin's success of the Health Matters their Health and Wellbeing Initiatives, they have now set up similar training sessions for all employees.   These include the following to achieve a feeling of optimised health and wellbeing. Planned days - Balancing Blood Sugar Stress Management,  Well Balanced meals,   Summer Body & Fitness,  Food & Mood Optimum Nutrition,  Healthy up your Heart,  Boost your Immunity,  Beat Fatigue.
Giving Something Back
Giving Something Back
Vacherin support and encourage their staff in their work in local communities and charities – allowing 2 days per year off for volunteering activities. They organise volunteering days with the Fareshare charity for their staff to help distribute food to the homeless and in need. Vacherin present to hospitality students to promote the catering industry and build students’ understanding of their sector. They encourage fundraising yearly for their chosen charity Debra, and offer the option of fundraising for their own chosen charity. Vacherin regularly present to colleges and universities to promote understanding of their industry, and take placement students from one day up to one year. They have a partnership with Lewisham College whereby they have dozens of staff taking NVQ qualifications, they are setting up apprenticeship schemes and they take students on work placement as well as into their first permanent employment, and hospitality management placement students from Portsmouth & Bournemouth University, giving them invaluable experience in all aspects of the contract catering industry.  

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  • Women

    At least 40% of senior managers are women

Company Statistics

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  • Male : Female:

    55% / 45%


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