Catering services are provided because it makes good business sense and contributes to welfare, efficiency and morale. It is an extremely competitive market and ever more so with the increase in online ordering, branded outlets and meal delivery services.

This topic covers the factors that need to be considered when providing a catering service, including level of subsidy, pricing, facilities and the type of service. It also looks at vending machines and outsourcing of catering contracts.

Employers' Duties

There is no legal requirement to provide catering services but they can benefit the employer and employees by improving welfare.

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