Benefit Systems continues its efforts to rapidly recover from the pandemic. The financial report for 2021 confirms the estimated results published at the beginning of March this year. They show that the company ended the fourth quarter at a very good level, including in the Poland Segment where revenues increased by 108% compared to the same period in 2020. The company estimates that by the end of April this year the number of sports cards in Poland and abroad will increase by over 176,000 compared to the level at the end of 2021.
The data on job offers used in the quote from Bartosz Józefiak come from the Grant Thornton report (https://grantthornton.pl/publikacja/juz-prawie-700-tys-miejsc-pracy-czeka-na-pracownikow/).
Benefit Systems has been operating on the Polish market for over two decades and is one of the leaders in providing non-financial benefits that support the wellbeing of employees. The company is the creator of the MultiSport Programme, which allows its users to take up physical activity in sports facilities all over the country. The Benefit Systems portfolio also includes the MyBenefit cafeteria platform with the MyBenefit Active gamification module as well as the MultiLife wellbeing program, which comprehensively meets the needs related to the healthy and active lifestyle of employees. For several years now, the company’s sports offer has been developed on foreign markets, including in the Czech Republic, Slovakia, and Bulgaria. An important area of Benefit Systems’ activities is promoting an active lifestyle at every stage of life, which is why the company implements initiatives supporting the physical activity of children, adults, and seniors. Since 2018, Benefit Systems has been part of the global B Corp initiative bringing together companies involved in solving the most important social problems.