The LSG Group brings together the expertise of specialists to create memorable and best-in-class tailored food and service experiences for people on the go.
We enable airlines and convenience-retail stores to create memorable experiences for their customers.
We serve clients across the globe through our integrated brand network, coordinating and breaking down barriers between different product segments to deliver a seamless travel experience for everyone.
Through our expert brands – LSG Sky Chefs and Retail inMotion – we deliver bespoke catering, onboard retail and entertainment, onboard equipment and logistics, airport lounge and consulting services. The LSG Group knows how to bring together the right specialists and has established a strong international reputation for its dedication to culinary excellence and logistics expertise.
Airlines and convenience-retail stores benefit from our extensive range of end-to-end products and services. From traditional catering and hospitality to packaged products, onboard retail and equipment.
The LSG Group serves 719 million meals a year at 205 airports and convenience stores across nearly 60 countries.
Employing more than 35,000 people worldwide, the LSG Group and its subsidiaries generated consolidated revenue of €3.2 billion in 2018. The LSG Group also has a rich network of joint ventures and partnerships around the globe. These collectively achieve non-consolidated revenues of €1.4 billion per year.
Enriching food and services experiences for people on the go.
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The LSG Group likes to keep things simple – we know how much easier it is to always deal with the same team. Our holistic approach reduces complexity and improves efficiency for all involved.
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By engaging with every customer’s unique requirements, we can direct them to the right expert brand or combine the expertise of our individual brands to create an easy-to-manage holistic solution.
We pool the expertise of a diverse team of experienced specialists. Whatever you need, we know the right people to get it done in a way that meets all your expectations – on time, every time.
Women’s Quota – Target Figures for LSG Sky Chefs
In order to comply with the “Law on Equal Participation of Women and Men in Leading Positions in the Private and Public Sector,” LSG Group initially established relevant target figures in 2015. In addition to the statutory quota, all companies within the Lufthansa Group have set a common target figure. Every company will contribute to this figure, taking into account the respective framework of the individual company. LSG Group companies will also contribute. Based on the common target figure for the Lufthansa Group, all German LSG Group companies with legal obligation to determine their target figures have defined their own goals for their supervisory and executive boards, as well as for management levels 1 and 2.
By December 31, 2016, LSG Lufthansa Service Holding AG achieved a quota of 20 percent (target: 18.2 percent) on management level 1 and a quota of 18 percent on management level 2 (target: 27.3 percent). Not achieving the target quota set for management level 2, was caused by higher fluctuation than expected, including job rotation of female leaders within the LSG Group. At LSG Sky Chefs Frankfurt ZD GmbH, LSG Sky Chefs Frankfurt International GmbH and the LSG Sky Chefs Munich GmbH, the management level 2 target quotas were not achieved for the same reason. The companies are determined to put an even stronger focus on recruiting more female leaders through a specific succession planning strategy.
Within the Lufthansa Group, a five years’ period has been set, with new target figures for the gender quota, until December 31, 2021. For LSG Lufthansa Service Holding AG a quota of 30 percent has been set for the Executive Board, while for management level 1, the quota is 25 percent and for management level 2, it is 30 percent. For the new quotas of all German LSG Group companies with legal obligation to determine target figures please refer to the table below.
|LSG Lufthansa Service Holding AG||Status Dec 31, 2016||Target Figure by Dec 31, 2021|
|Management Level 1||20%||25%|
|Management Level 2||18%||30%|
|LSG Sky Chefs Frankfurt ZD GmbH||Status Dec 31, 2016||Target Figure by Dec 31, 2021|
|Management Level 1||33%||25%|
|Management Level 2||20%||30%|
|LSG Sky Chefs Frankfurt International GmbH||Status Dec 31, 2016||Target Figure by Dec 31, 2021|
|Management Level 1||0%||25%|
|Management Level 2||12%||25%|
|LSG Sky Chefs München GmbH||Status Dec 31, 2016||Target Figure by Dec 31, 2021|
|Management Level 1||0%||25%|
|Management Level 2||22%||35%|
|LSG Sky Chefs Lounge GmbH||Status Dec 31, 2016||Target Figure by Dec 31, 2021|
|Management Level 1||17%||25%|
|Management Level 2||53%||55%|
Previous experience has shown that the gender quota in leading positions can be truly improved by defined measures regarding the staffing policy as well as programs to foster female talent. LSG Group is encouraging the continuous creation of new initiatives as much as the development of existing ones, like the implementation of a transparent recruitment process which takes diversity criteria into account, or the systematic talent management process, which is fostering young female talents at lower management levels.