Catermasters banks three-year Yorkshire Building Society

13 December 2012 by
Catermasters banks three-year Yorkshire Building Society

Workplace caterer Catermasters has launched a new contract at the Yorkshire Building Society's administration centre in Cheltenham.

The subsidised three-year deal, worth around £100,000 a year, was awarded following stiff competition from three other caterers in the tender, the company said.

A team of three, including a chef manager and two catering assistants, will look after the 268 employees based in the building. Catermasters has carried out a preliminary makeover of the restaurant and plans further changes in 2013 to increase its appeal further.

"We were particularly impressed with how Catermasters listened to what we were asking for. We wanted a catering solution that is suitable for the profile of our workforce, good value and that would make our staff feel they're being looked after through the service we provide. I think we've achieved exactly that and I'm extremely pleased."

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By Janie Manzoori-Stamford

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