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Mental Health Matters
An Employee Wellness Programme (EWP) offering mental healthcare can help you improve key business metrics for your organisation.
Studies show that up to 77% employees think that EWPs positively impact company culture. Organisations can boost morale, reduce absenteeism, and also recruit better talent.
Participating in such a programme helps employees feel happier, engaged and positive. 91% employees working in companies supporting well-being felt motivated to perform their best.
Emotional difficulties can cost up to $500 billion per year. By promoting emotional wellness in an organisation, an EWP can help reduce financial costs.
When employee health, engagement and morale are good, productivity increases as well. Participation in wellness programmes can make employees up to 3 times more productive.
Why Choose Us
Designed by leading mental health and management professionals, our programme is built on four key principles.
Scientific and Data-Driven
Our offerings are rooted in extensive research in the field of employee engagement, productivity and mental health. We personalise our programme based on data from our diagnostics.
No one understands your employees the way you do. This is why our programme can be tailored to meet the unique needs of your organisation. Tell us what you need and we will do the rest.
Confidential and Secure
To inspire trust and drive higher utilisation of the programme, we offer 100% confidentiality to employees. Our safe, secure and private platform offers a comfortable space for self-care.
Informative and Engaging
Our success is largely attributed to our commitment to keeping employees aware and engaged. We deliver context-specific content via engaging, interactive, and effective tools.
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