Lambert Smith Hampton, one of the UK and Ireland’s leading property consultancies, first approached edays to improve the wellbeing of their workforce and optimize the running of their HR department.
4finance, one of Europe’s largest digital consumer lending groups, implemented the Edays absence management solution to improve local regulatory compliance and better utilize their absence data.
Wirtgen Group approached edays at the end of 2019 to replace their bespoke holiday management system that had grown to be no longer fit for purpose.
Having recently upgraded to edays version 5, Cordek is using the latest version of edays absence management to better manage sickness and annual leave throughout their business.
London Luton Airport first appointed edays in 2014 after a successful tender to replace their paper and spreadsheet-based holiday system that had become unsustainable as they grew.
The International Air Transport Association (IATA) adopted edays’ absence management solution to replace a system that wasn’t ready-made for tracking and consolidating absence data from across the world.
HR wanted an absence solution that allowed them to continue to achieve the company’s focus on continuous improvement and offer greater autonomy to Filtermist’s workforce.
Trimble first approached edays in 2012 to streamline their absence management processes and enhance their employee experience.
Syngenta AG was using a manual process to track employee leave, which was causing an issue with regards to the country-specific rules for leave entitlement accruals, which caused financial issues as well as resulting in an increased workload for HR.
Monster Energy, a globally recognized soft drinks manufacturer, implemented the edays absence management solution to improve visibility of absence across their organization and transition away from a system of complex spreadsheets.