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News Sponsored by Social Enterprise encourages staff


poaching Social enterprise soap brand BECO. is calling on competitors and UK employers to take a stand when it comes to recruitment, and is actively encouraging them to poach their employees.


80% of BECO’s workforce is visually impaired, disabled or disadvantaged. One in five people living in the UK are disabled, with an estimated 48% unemployed. That’s over one million jobseekers looking for opportunities, with a disability unemployment gap of 30% (only 52% of disabled are employed vs 82% of the general working population).


On 3 September, BECO. launched an employment drive calling on employers to #STEALOURSTAFF and help close the unemployment gap. The campaign highlights BECO.’s staff in the hope that those who want to will go on to secure jobs outside of the organisation and free-up opportunities for new staff in need of employment.


Staff profiles will take over the brand’s packaging in Waitrose and Sainsbury’s and the BECO. website, giving consumers and would-be employers a chance to find out about the talented workforce behind the brand.


Camilla Marcus-Dew, Head of Sustainable Growth at CLARITY & CO., added: “We want to give people who want to work the opportunity to work. It’s as simple as that. Some of our staff at BECO. have been at the organisation for more than 30 years, and as much as we love our team and their loyalty, we want to help them and others to have further opportunities.”


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Smart toilets give out health advice


Smart Toilets have been handing out nutritional advice to visitors of the Dutch Lowlands Festival 2019, at the Rabobanks restaurant Brasseries 2050.


The Smart Toilets measure a number of health aspects including urine, heart rate and blood pressure changes in order to provide insight into dietary habit. For example, if the toilet measures high heart rate, more fibre and moisture can help. The ion sensor measures the conductivity of your urine and indicates whether you may need more fluid.


After making use of the smart toilet, visitors received nutritional advice with food and drink recommendations that they can buy at Brasserie 2050 that will fit a balanced nutritional requirement.


The food suggestions were intended as a ‘taste of the future’, with personalised suggestions focusing on actual needs and reducing food wastage. Rabobank’s Tom van Kuyk said: “Around 10 billion people will live in the world by 2050. To keep pace with world population growth, food production needs to increase by around 60% and its ecological impact reduced by 50%.”


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The Smart Toilets are developed by imec Netherlands, a subsidiary of the Belgian research and innovation hub imec which specialises in nanoelectronics and digital technology. It was created in a collaboration between Rabobank, The Food Line-up, MOJO and imec Nederland.


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