Employer information on Childcare Vouchers

  • Why Childcare Vouchers?
    Your business doesn't pay National Insurance on Childcare Vouchers - so you can save up to £402 per year for every employee who signs up to your scheme.
  • Why Us?
    Ever since we pioneered the first scheme in 1989, Edenred has been market leader in the provision of Childcare Voucher schemes both in terms of businesses served and employee beneficiaries.
  • How it works
    Setting up and running our Childcare Voucher scheme couldn't be easier – and we’ll be there to help you and your staff every step of the way.
  • Start a scheme
    Getting your Childcare Voucher scheme up and running with Edenred is easy and can be done in 35 minutes.
  • Switch a scheme
    It's quick and easy to switch your Childcare Voucher provider to Edenred.
  • Support
    We can help you with any questions you have about how our Childcare Voucher scheme works.

Working parents want Childcare Vouchers

Family-friendly employers are winning the battle to attract and retain working parents, who now make up over a third of the UK workforce. 

These forward-thinking companies – who offer flexible, tangible benefits to help employees with dependent children - naturally become more attractive to employees.

You can quickly and easily offer assistance through our Childcare Voucher scheme, helping working parents save around £1,000 per year, as well as provide big savings on many lifestyle products and services.

Why offer Childcare Vouchers?

Childcare Vouchers are the most flexible, effective and popular way you can offer real assistance to working parents – helping them save money on childcare (around £1,000 per year) and helping you attract and retain your staff.

With more working parents in the UK than ever before - Find out how Childcare Vouchers can help

Employers - Enquire online here 

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