The “HandiCook” workshop helped mark the 10th anniversary of the Handicap Mission. About a hundred employees participated in the various events on offer, as well as the closing cocktail reception held for the occasion.
Conducted for the first time at Reed, the HandiCook workshop was run by the ESAT Berthier (an establishment and services offering assistance to the disabled through work). This Parisian ESAT manages a restaurant located in the 17th arrondissement, “Paul Scarlett’s”. Its chef and three of its cooks with disabilities came to Reed with the ingredients and technical equipment necessary to make three to four sweet verrines. Three groups of five employees each were formed. The activity lasted three hours and finished with a tasting where a panel of judges composed of persons in-house as well as from outside the company rated the dishes.
For the 8th year in a row, Reed and an increasing number of its employees join forces with ACF for a good cause: fight against hunger!
55 athletes this year, a new record!
To mark the National Day for Blindness and Vision Impairment, Reed employees joined together to create a work of art.
Reed manages an active policy in favour of the integration and continued employment of employees with a disability, why?
Reed regularly works with enterprises that give jobs to the disabled (food catering, stuffing envelopes, handling, inserting,sorting, mailing, data entry)
Team Reed has supported Action Against Hunger for the past 6 years.
In 2016, the team raised €10,065!