Greater quality of life for the greatest number

As the Covid-19 pandemic wears on, health and well-being have become top concerns for users and companies alike. Edenred’s solutions protect the day-to-day quality of life and enhance the well-being of users.

Health and well-being, prerequisites for a prosperous and fair society

UN Sustainable Development Goals

good health and well-being decent working economic growth peace justice and strong institutions

Whether by improving purchasing power, facilitating access to quality services or protecting health, Edenred solutions contribute to a healthier, more balanced lifestyle for many workers at a time when daily life has been turned upside down by the pandemic. In addition, governments can draw on these programs to support businesses in sectors particularly hard hit by the health crisis, and to safeguard jobs and the local economy. In fact, many trade associations believe that government subsidies granted for specific purposes are an effective way of ensuring the success of stimulus measures based on consumer spending. Thanks to its earmarked-funds solutions, Edenred can provide direct support to theaters, bookstores and the wider cultural economy, for example. And Edenred’s healthcare and in-home services offering provides protection and social stability to many employees lacking job security.

Health and well-being

Strengthening employee-employer bonds

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Thanks to Edenred, each year millions of users benefit from exclusive discounts from brands and retailers in a wide range of sectors, including fashion, electronics and culture. These services are easily accessible via cards or fully digital platforms and can be customized as needed. They are designed to foster employee well-being, help strike the right work-life balance and boost employer brands.

Improving health and quality of life

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Edenred develops solutions to meet employee needs outside of work, including childcare – with Childcare Vouchers in the United Kingdom, Ticket CESU in France, and Euroticket Creche and Euroticket Estudante in Portugal –, as well as healthcare and human services. In addition, Edenred programs in countries such as the United Kingdom (Flex), Italy (Easy Welfare) and the Czech Republic help employees cover medical costs (dental, optical, surgical, hospital) for themselves and their families.

Edenred childcare solutions

Encouraging responsible consumption

Ticket EcoCheque, the benchmark for encouraging responsible consumer behavior, has been increasing the purchasing power of users in Belgium since 2009. Now fully digital, the service allows businesses to grant employees up to €250 each year to buy eco-friendly products and services.


Key benefits

By granting access to a wide range of goods and human services, Edenred solutions do more than simply improve the purchasing power of users. They foster a greater sense of well-being and a better work-life balance. This advantage is particularly relevant at a time when daily life has been upended by the Covid-19 pandemic.


Well-being stimulates employee productivity and engagement, even when staff are working from home. Thanks to Edenred’s employee engagement platforms, companies can continue to reward and retain workers. Simple and secure, Edenred’s solutions have the built-in flexibility to adapt to every company’s needs, notably in a time of social distancing rules. 


Employee engagement, well-being and healthcare solutions send significant amounts of traffic toward Edenred’s large network of partners, both online and in stores. By helping to maintain business levels and consumer spending, they create jobs in cultural outlets such as bookstores, as well as healthcare and human services.


By providing a means to pay for in-home services and childcare, Edenred programs reintegrate traditionally “off-the-books” jobs into the formal economy. Furthermore, through its vouchers and digital solutions, Edenred supports government stimulus measures designed to boost consumer spending in the sectors most affected by the pandemic, including tourism and culture.


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