Our responsibility to our employees


We believe that it’s our duty as an organisation to listen to our employees and recognise their accomplishments, and that these are important ways of maintaining a constructive social dialogue. We value the benefits of diversity and strongly encourage advancement. 


We’re an equal opportunities employer and are recognised as being Positive about Disabled People. We’ve been awarded the Investors In People Award for the last five years running. In January 2007, we signed a group-wide agreement on diversity, which included new initiatives to diversify hiring, upgrade skills and promote job mobility.

We have recently achieved a "One to Watch Status" in the Best Companies Accreditation 2016. Receiving the accreditation means Edenred have been officially recognised by its staff for demonstrating high levels of employee engagement.

Edenred have been awarded a Silver Award 2015 for our payroll giving scheme.  Our scheme offers the option of payroll giving to help engage our employees with charitable activities.  This allows them to select their own charity and donate money from their salary - which we then match.  This payroll giving quality mark is funded by HM Government and is a symbol of excellence which is awarded to employers that have succeeded in generated sustainable income sources for UK charities through payroll giving.

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