Great service relies on us bringing together factors in harmony. Just like a choir, our combination delivers more than the sum of its parts.
Singing their hearts out
The transformation of a group of military wives into a choir worthy of performing at the Festival of Remembrance at the Albert Hall was an incredible thing to witness. Week by week, the TV documentary ‘The Choir’ showed choirmaster Gareth Malone coaxing and coaching the women into a cohesive group. Starting out as wives and girlfriends who had rarely sung anywhere other than in the shower, they ended up delivering a melodious performance that moved people to tears.
Harmony promotes skills
As the women found, learning to sing with others is a huge boost to self-esteem and confidence. Plus, psychologists think that the increased sense of community, belonging and shared endeavour makes people more effective. However it works, being part of a choir is a bonding experience that helps with teamwork.
Giving voice to great service
Unfortunately, we don’t have a Eurest choir to announce. However, we do follow the same principles as a top-class choirmaster to bring our people together to form a team that provides great service.
We practise and practise to give everyone confidence in the accuracy of their performance, so they can deliver service with commitment and sincerity. And we make sure every member of our team is drawn into the challenge of offering the best service, so they are always looking for ways to improve.
Accompanying your solo
At Eurest, we see ourselves as the backing choir to your solos. We take care of nurturing your workforce in the background, freeing you up to focus on what’s important to your business. Although you may only hear a low hum of efficiency coming from our restaurants, the full backing choir is there, ready to serve you to the highest possible standards. In our team, everyone’s definitely singing from the same hymn sheet.