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The Real Cost of Christmas Infographic

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For many, Christmas can be an expensive time of year – presents, food & drink, decorations and parties all cost money. By understanding the financial pressures your employees face you can begin to look at ways to ease their stress this Christmas through Christmas reward and
incentives.

Christmas is an opportunity for organisations to make a clear statement of thanks to employees, which prepares the ground for increased loyalty and performance in the year ahead. So what is the real cost of Christmas?

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  1. 1. TofindouthowyoucanhelpyouremployeesthisChristmaswithEmployeesSavings visitedenred.co.uk/employee-savings-from-edenredorcalluson08448753388 Christmasspendby region(2011/12)6 Christmasisn’tjustaboutgiving…. For many, Christmas can be an expensive time of year – presents, food & drink, decorations and parties all cost money. By understanding the financial pressures your employees face you can begin to look at ways to ease their stress this Christmas through Christmas reward and incentives. Christmas is an opportunity for organisations to make a clear statement of thanks to employees, which prepares the ground for increased loyalty and performance in the year ahead. So what is the real cost of Christmas? TherealcostofChristmas £438 £465 £490 £595 £453 £355 £392 £437£531 £525 £414 £406 North East £595 Wales £531 Northern Ireland £525 North West £490 Scotland £465 Yorks & Humber £453 London £438 West Midlands £437 South East £414 South West £406 East of England £392 East Midlands £355 Average £445 Christmasspendison therise Consumersfeelingthe tensionthisChristmas Thecostofmust-have toysthisChristmas ChristmasSpendingper Household(2012)4 Priceisimportant thisChristmas 52% of people surveyed admitted that they spend too much during the Christmas season1 The average British adult will spend £179.00 EmployeeSavings: The festive season can be an expensive time of year for your employees, so what better time to help them with Christmas rewards and incentives. Through our employee reward platforms you can help your employees existing salary stretch much further this Christmas and all year round. With Employee Savings, your employees can benefit from discounts on: 77% of UK consumers are concerned about the cost of Christmas1 UK Population The cost to buy this years’ Top Ten Toys3 For 92% of Europeans, price is the deciding factor for gift purchases5 Total spending per household £712.69 Countingthecost ofChristmas The estimated cost of Christmas over the course of an adults working life.1 61% 29% 6% 3.5% Gifts Average total spend per person £136.42 18-24 £155.56 25-34 £219.21 35-44 £190.81 45-54 £196.55 55-64 £159.52 65+ Food& Drink Travel Decorations References can be found at: edenred.co.uk/reference Howdoesthis Christmascompareto lastyear? Spendingonfood,drink andentertainment7 Expect to spend less than they did in 20122 Of consumers expect to spend the same as 20122 Expect to spend more in 2013 than in 20122 Male £195.11 Female £165.06 Eating out up to 10% Newspapers & Books up to 9% Groceries up to 5% Holidays & Travel up to 10% Clothing up to 15% Gym up to 15% Overthecourseofayearyoucangiveyourstaff accesstoover£900worthofsavings! AtEdenredweofferthewidestrangeofincentives, rewardsandbenefitssolutions.
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