Greene King introduces ‘Expensable Lunches’ training sessions for central London workers
Greene King has announced the launch of a new ‘Expensable Lunches’ programme that provides city workers with the ultimate pub lunch break with a productive twist.
Working in partnership with small business support platform Enterprise Nation, the pub chain has introduced the scheme to enable central London workers to access a variety of training modules hosted by an accredited trainer during their weekday lunch hour.
Launching on 13 July, the training sessions will run every Wednesday for four weeks at select central London locations in Liverpool Street, Bishopsgate, Fitzrovia and Mayfair.
Priced at £25 each, tickets include entry to the training session along with a main course and drink of choice. Topics will include creating a social media plan, building a personal brand, mastering the art of public speaking, becoming a better leader and building a growth mindset. On completion of the module, workers will leave with a formal certificate, as well as a VAT receipt to allow them to expense lunch back to their employers.
Alex Dawson, business unit director at Greene King Urban Pubs, said: “It goes without saying that the working week is looking a little different these days. With people spending fewer days in the office, lunch times are often rushed with many central London workers opting to eat al desko.
“We feel it’s important people take a proper lunch break and we’re excited to be offering these meaningful lunchtime workshops in partnership with Enterprise Nation to encourage people to take a break from the workplace. Our Expensable Lunches allow people to learn new skills over a delicious pub lunch, to help them refresh and refuel for an afternoon in the office.”
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