Edenred’s research into impact of lockdown makes the headlines

uploaded on 1 February 2021

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Workers’ views on pandemic working feature in the national press

Edenred’s research into how UK employees have adapted to working through the pandemic has featured across the national and HR sector press.

Media outlets from the The Sun and Daily Mirror to HR Director, Personnel Today and Employee Benefits highlighted the key findings which showed that although many employees felt they had been well-supported through the past year, employers needed to review HR policy and benefits to help their people in the year ahead.

The study which asked 2,000 workers how they felt about work after a year of Covid restrictions was commissioned as part of a wider Edenred campaign to help employers understand how they need to support their employees to build back stronger businesses as Covid restrictions ease.

Copies of the report “Power up your people: Your blueprint for peak performance in 2021” which contains advice and guidance for employers based on the findings is available here.

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