Edenred in Action

  • Chubb
    Chubb seeked to reward loyalty & encourage long-term commitment to the company through provision of a ‘Loyalty & Commitment Recognition Award’.
  • Towry
    The strategy aimed to drive recruitment, retention, employee development & engagement by providing an attractive, competitive reward proposition by using Total Reward Statements.
  • Thales
    Thales’ primary objectives in launching the `Healthy Organisation Review’ were to tackle absences, improve employee health and save money.
  • E.ON
    The over-riding objective of the scheme was to impact on recruitment and retention and make E.ON a ‘great place to work’.
  • Irwell Valley
    The idea was to reward and incentivise prompt payment from their tenants by offering them loyalty points and cash-back through Gold Service membership.
  • DHL
    In 2011 DHL decided that the UK service award programme it had in place in its Supply Chain division needed to do more to underline how the business values employee loyalty.
  • Pitney Bowes
    Pitney Bowes is a leading provider of customer communication technologies, and the number one franking machines supplier in the world.
  • npower
    npower is part of the RWE Group, generating 10,000MW of electricity and supplying gas and electricity to 4m residential and business customers in the UK.
  • Unify
    Unify joins forces with Edenred to create an award-winning package
  • Home Group
    Home Group is one of the UK’s largest providers of quality housing and supported housing services.
  • Zodiac Aerospace
    Zodiac Aerospace worked with Edenred to implement a Cycle to Work scheme in partnership with a third party specialist provider.
  • University of York
    Rewards Extra was introduced in 2009, with the full involvement of all of the Campus Unions, and today is available to around 3300 University of York employees.
  • British Medical Association
    The Association has a diverse workforce, with around over 900 employees, working across multiple sites and approximately 150 homeworkers.
  • Schneider Electric
    Schneider Electric introduced a flexible benefits scheme in 2004, with a view to enhancing the core benefits offered to employees.
  • Severn Trent
    An attractive flexible benefits scheme has helped Severn Trent keep its employees motivated and engaged.
  • Joseph Chamberlain College
    Introducing Luncheon Vouchers provided this further education college with an efficient, low administration way of complying with government legislation for free meals provision.
  • Weetabix

Edenred in Action - Customer Case Studies

In business, the numbers never lie. And at Edenred, we can give you some pretty big numbers that we’re all pretty proud of.

First, there are the 18,000 organisations that we work for, incorporating private and public sectors, big and small companies, large and little budgets. Then there’s the 50 years experience of helping different organisations implement individual solutions to suit their needs. And of course, there are the 39 other countries that use our products and services, giving us an international knowledge and know-how unrivalled in our industry.

It’s these big numbers, combined with our huge range of market leading products and solutions, which help us give our clients the results they want and the ROI they require.

But numbers on their own can never tell the whole story. To get the bigger picture, numbers need to be accompanied by people and places, drama and deeds, events and achievements.

So, to read some of our stories and hear about some of our products in practice simply choose a case study below.

And to find out even more details and discover even more stories, to see how we constantly look to push back the innovation and service barriers to break new records for our clients, get in touch today to arrange a meeting today.

Edenred in Action