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In a Group like Edenred, which works every day to improve the well-being at work of the employees of its corporate clients, it is fundamental to be in the forefront of these subjects for our own employees too.
We have always believed that employees who are happy at work will be all the more committed professionally, a fact that will favor their own fulfillment and the growth of the company.
Our ambition for every employee
Performance and well-being are characteristic of Edenred's mission with regard to its customers and its employees. Improving quality of life at work is one of the Group's top priorities.
The shared ambition of Edenred's subsidiaries is to be involved in a "Best Place to Work" initiative. In other words, a company where people enjoy working. To achieve this, the Group places employees' well-being, health and safety at the very heart of its concerns.
Areas of action
The actions undertaken by Edenred to increase well-being within the Group cover various aspects of the employee's life. For example, it may involve promoting a healthy balance between work and private life, developing training, recognition, conviviality and communication between the various teams, disseminating values or providing a positive working environment. Edenred is also attentive to ethical principles and to the company's social and environmental impact.
Backed by the Executive Committee, Edenred's "Best Place To Work" initiative hinges on gauging qualify of life at work via external barometers. . The analysis of the results subsequently leads to action plans that are implemented at a local level by managers and the HR Department.
At the end of 2017:
- 28 Edenred entities obtained external certification or were involved in initiatives to become certified for quality of life at work (Great Place to Work, Investor in People, Best Employer – AON Hewitt, Kununu, among others).
- 90% of employees were working in an environment that was certified, or in the process of being certified, for quality of life at work.
- Some countries were preparing for certification by issuing an initial internal satisfaction and commitment survey.