Diversity & inclusion

Edenred's 12,000 employees connect more than 60 million users to 2 million merchants in 45 countries. As a true global player, the Group makes Diversity a key element of its HR practices.

What diversity & inclusion mean for Edenred

Diversity is a part of Edenred’s identity: each employee is unique, and their insights are strongly valued. Their different backgrounds make us fast-paced and highly imaginative. Their personal histories drive us to question everything, find innovative solutions, win and grow. By enriching our connections with our customers, diversity makes us an ideal everyday partner.

Inclusion is the way to ensure that all Edenred employees thrive at work and feel fulfilled in their professional life. From Chile to Japan, we want each of them to embrace global team spirit and experience a strong sense of belonging. As everyone can contribute in their own way, all Edenreders are strongly encouraged to be themselves.

Edenred is committed to diversity and inclusion.

Edenred’s commitment to diversity

No matter their gender, sexual orientation, age, differing abilities, ethnicity or background, all Edenreders have the same opportunity for growth and development.

Jacques Adoue EVP, HR & CSR, Edenred Group

Of course, for the Edenred family, the International Women’s Day is just like any other day – a time for promoting greater diversity and inclusion. Nonetheless, it’s also the perfect time to reflect on one of our main Corporate Social Responsibility objectives, and reassert it strongly: we want 40% of executive positions occupied by women by 2030.

For this reason, we have introduced robust initiatives at global level, with a clear target for gender diversity.

  • 87

    nationalities at Edenred

  • 52%

    of women employees

  • 44%

    of managers are women

  • 100%

    of employees must follow a training module on diversity & inclusion

Local initiatives and achievements

In all our Business Units, Diversity & Inclusion are key topics for which many initiatives have been deployed to raise awareness. Here are some of the many examples:

Edenred Mexico has created its program Somos DI to promote inclusion, equality, non-discrimination principles and emphasize the importance of diversity to understand customers’ needs. Edenred Mexico has been recognized as a “Great Place to Work for LGBT and equality” twice.

Watch the "Somos DI" vido [in Spanish]

Edenred Romania was one of the first companies to commit to the principles of the Romanian Diversity Charter, and organized many initiatives during Diversity Month, such as workshops and activities.

"We are Diversity" at Edenred Romania

Edenred France has deployed round tables to talk about differing abilities and share inspiring stories. The French Business Unit has been recognized for its policy in favor of supporting peopke in long-term unemployment and continues to roll out new initiatives to promote their employment at Edenred.

Find out more on this initiative

Edenred Brazil joined Nestlé's Alliance for YOUth in 2018 to support the development of communities by helping young people and committed to the Women Empowerment Principles established by the United Nations. In addition, Ticket Log has developed an Inclusive Development Program to promote continuous development for employees with disabilities.