Edenred twice a finalist in 2021 Incentive Awards

uploaded on 30 September 2021

Incentive Award 2021

Edenred twice a finalist in 2021 Incentive Awards

Recognition for impact of two projects launched as UK locked down

Incentive Awards, which celebrates excellence across the Incentive, Reward and Recognition Industry has shortlisted Edenred for two awards.

For its work in launching a new recognition programme for Target Group, a provider of support services for the financial services sector, Edenred is a finalist in the Best Reward and Recognition Programme category.

The scheme, which launched just before the Spring 2020 lockdown played a key role in increasing employee engagement for Target Group as it to a remote operating model.

Edenred was also shortlisted in the Inspirational Response Category for its work delivering the government’s Free School Meal Voucher Scheme over 12 months of Covid-19 lockdowns and restrictions.

The award recognises a project that stands out for having made a positive difference to other peoples’ lives during the pandemic.

The finals will take place in London on the 24th November.


Read the full story of how we delivered the Free School Meal Voucher Scheme here [link to connect article or case study] and Target Groups recognition scheme here [link to connect article or case study].

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