According to an Edenred study with 2000 UK employees, overall job satisfaction has decreased by 35 percent in the past year.
With this in mind and as we plan ahead for a world with fewer restrictions on our lives, a key question for every organisation will be ‘what permanent changes should we be making now to better how we work in the future?’.
To help your planning, we have produced a research report based on the study that gives you critical insight into the areas that employees feel they will need support with in the future.
Download the report to understand:
- How employees viewed their employer’s response to the pandemic
- The biggest concerns for workers in the next 12 months
- The key trends of working life in the pandemic
- Four action points every business needs to take this year
Webinar report: How can local authorities get more children cycling to school?
Recently we hosted a fascinating webinar and virtual roundtable to support the launch of Select Home to school – the new scheme we’ve created with Halfords to help councils provide families with affordable, healthy and sustainable travel to school by bike.
How Edenred supports critical public social programmes
Although interest rates are expected to fall over the next year, the cost of living is still eye-wateringly high. Many people will likely require continued support through public social programmes. At Edenred we are proud to play a key role in this space.
Case Study: East Renfrewshire Council uses Select vouchers to support the most vulnerable
East Renfrewshire Council is responsible for supporting a community of just under 100,000 people who live south west of Glasgow. Over the past twelve months the housing and education teams have turned to Edenred to help provide financial support for vulnerable children and refugees by using its Compliments Select Platform.