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People: improve quality of life
Edenred aims to be an employer of choice in terms of professional development, human rights and diversity, to promote well-being through healthy and sustainable eating and to contribute to local development.
Planet: preserve the environment
Edenred seeks to preserve the environment by reducing its carbon footprint, its consumption of resources and its waste, by designing eco services for mobility and against food waste while managing the impact of its solutions.
Progress: create value responsibly
Edenred is committed to developing its activities and partnerships in an ethical manner across its entire value chain. The Group guarantees IT security and data protection, while meeting the expectations of its clients and users and involving them in its shift-to-digital.
The Group's corporate social responsibility policy was built through a global materiality study involving both internal and external interviews. This study made it possible to identify and prioritize Edenred's issues according to their relevance and their impact on the company's performance.
Seven major issues were identified:
- IT security and data privacy
- business ethics
- energy and climate change
- responsible payment digitalization
- client satisfaction
- talent management
- sustainable and healthy food promotion
The materiality assessment enabled the development of a new sustainable development policy aligned with Edenred’s values underpinning the Group’s culture:
- Passion for customers
- Entrepreneurial spirit
In recognition of its commitment, Edenred is included in the well-known ethical stock market index FTSE4Good.
As a signatory of the United Nations Global Compact initiative, Edenred contributes with its solutions to the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set by the United Nations for 2030. With its social commitments, Edenred works towards 12 of these global goals, through the three axes of its CSR policy.