What Can Employee Discount Programs Do? (Case Study)

Posted by Brandon Carter on Jul. 18, 2017

If you’re reading this blog or snooped around our website, you’ll quickly notice that Access Perks is an employee discount program. The nation’s largest, of course.

Employee discount programs sound interesting. Team members saving money on purchases at the local coffee shop or the restaurant down the street.

The saving part of it makes sense.

What does that mean for an employer?

Why should you offer your employees a discount program?

What’s in it for the company?

Furthermore, how can you quantify if it’s working, or if employees are even using the program?

These are all questions any decent employee discount program can answer. Sometimes it’s better to hear from someone else.

You know, an actual employer actively utilizing a discount program.

We’ve just published a case study outlining one such example that you might find useful.

It’s a non-profit mental health organization in the Pacific Northwest (we’re keeping their name private, you can ask if you really want to know). They’ve got loyal, devoted employees, but the company just can’t pay what their for-profit peers are able to.

So to add value to their employees, they turned to Access Perks.

The result? How much have their employees saved?

See for yourself.

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Brandon Carter

Written by Brandon Carter

Brandon is a former writer and marketer for Access Development. He's a frequent blogger on customer and employee engagement & loyalty, consumer trends, and branding. Connect with him on LinkedIn or Twitter at @bscarter