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parkrun case study
parkrun: An absence management tool you can’t be without

Now in its 20th year, parkrun spans over 2,400 locations in 22 countries with more than 9 million people registered, and counting.

sovos case study
Sovos: Powering multi-country absence management

Sovos are a global tax compliance software provider, who operate from 14+ countries, and support more than 100,000 customers worldwide.

Harrods Aviation case study
Harrods Aviation: An absence management system that all their teams could get on board with

Harrods Aviation is the leading London-based business aviation service provider, who offer high quality FBO services at London Luton and Stansted airports.

ASP Haircare case study
ASP Hair: Proving flexibility is key to revolutionising leave management

ASP Hair implemented edays after struggling with their previous AMS not being able to offer the flexibility they required.

Lloyd case study
Lloyd Ltd: Completing the Absence Cycle

Before turning to the edays system to manage company absence, Lloyd Ltd relied on paper based forms that employees would fill out and share with their manager for approval

Jersey Electricity case study
Jersey Electricity: Going Green with Absence Technology

edays is supporting Jersey Electricity to reduce their carbon footprint whilst simultaneously benefitting from a more organised, productive, and efficient workforce.

Zoll case study
Zoll: Centralising absence for a global organisation

After hearing great reviews from the UK branch, Zoll’s EMEA branches decided to take the opportunity to centralize their absence management processes within one online platform that could cater to each country’s local holiday rules and regulations.

John Clark Motor Group case study
John Clark Motor Group: Driving Innovation with Absence Software

John Clark Motor Group is a family run new and used car dealership group based in Scotland. The number one driver for needing a system like edays was the business’ reliance on manual holiday forms and self-sickness-reporting to manage absences, which was incredibly time consuming across the 26 sites.

Hologic case study
Hologic: Absence innovation for essential workers

The organisation’s HR department utilised edays and its ability to add absence categories so that members of staff could simply log in to the platform to log periods of medical isolation.

Sony Pictures case study
Sony Pictures: Implementing a global absence tracking to compliment Workday

Sony Pictures were using paper and spreadsheets to up manage and track absence and after being recommended to edays by Sony Music, they decided to take a trial.

Lee and Thompson case study
Lee & Thompson: Increasing visibility of holiday and absence organisation-wide

Lee & Thompson were using an outdated and time-consuming paper and spreadsheet process for employee absence.

Creative Media Network case study
Creative Media Network: Solving complex local compliance

CMG approached edays for a system that could cope with the complex and unique holiday and absence rules in the Netherlands.