Just Eat for Business has launched its flexible food service for businesses, Just Eat Pay, in Ireland.
Designed for a hybrid workforce, Just Eat Pay is a fully flexible solution which enables companies to provide meal allowances to staff, who in turn can order food from a wide variety of food options via Just Eat’s 3,525 Irish restaurant and convenience partners. There are no fixed costs for Just Eat Pay and companies can manage their account online through a customised dashboard.
As part of the Just Eat Pay launch, Just Eat for Business has announced the availability of the Just Eat Pay Card. The new debit card will not only work through the Just Eat website and app, but also at selected Mastercard and Maestro merchants in Ireland and internationally, meaning users can access hundreds of additional food & beverage outlets in-person.
Commenting on the launch of Just Eat Pay in the Irish market, Amanda Roche-Kelly, Managing Director of Just Eat Takeaway Ireland said: “With a complete overhaul of how we work post pandemic, Just Eat Pay will allow corporations to offer its employees next level food benefits, no matter where they choose to work. The best part about this offering is, it doesn’t matter if employees are working remotely, on-the-go, travelling abroad or working in the office, they have lots of food choices… With the rising cost of living this is a really nice benefit for employees.”
Just Eat Pay launched in 2019 and is already in operation in a number of Just Eat Takeaway.com markets across the UK and Europe.
Matt Ephgrave, Managing Director of Just Eat for Business commented: “We are delighted to continue to add further markets such as Ireland to this product offering. Just Eat Pay has been hugely successful in the UK market for corporate businesses providing a really great employee benefit. So far, the UK market has seen great uptake of the service with a huge number of companies utilising the Just Eat Pay product offering, providing their employees with a fantastic benefit each month.”
Creating a positive visitor experience in a Hybrid world of work
While some personnel are finally returning to the office – the great majority of organisations (up to 83 per cent) anticipate a hybrid mix of on-premises and working from home to continue for the foreseeable future.
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