KellyDeli offers employees free Netflix and Deliveroo during coronavirus pandemic

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KellyDeli, owner of the well-known Sushi Daily brand, is offering free Netflix and Deliveroo Plus subscriptions to its employees to support them as they work from home during the coronavirus pandemic.

With more than 850 Sushi Daily counters in 11 European countries, including the UK, KellyDeli HQ employs a total of 175 people, all of whom will have free access to Netflix and Deliveroo Plus accounts in an attempt to boost morale and limit social gatherings outside of working hours.

As well as enjoying unlimited films and TV shows, employees can take advantage of free home deliveries, and exclusive discounts and offers, from a wide range of local restaurants.

William Shu, co-founder & CEO of Deliveroo, said: “These are unprecedented times, and we all need to be looking out for each other. At Deliveroo, we have a public responsibility to help restaurants in these times, help people find work, and also bring food to the vulnerable and isolated. To see KellyDeli engage in this positive manner is truly heartwarming.”

Silvano Delnegro, CEO of KellyDeli Europe, commented: “Smart working is native to our company where the average age of an employee is 35. They like to be out socialising after work so we thought to offer an alternative.

“Our corporate values are based on a strong sense of community and belonging. The idea of giving Netflix is just a small gesture to show our commitment to encourage our people to minimize any risk of contagion and consequently the spread of Coronavirus”.