Unicorns Podcast: Launch into corporate wellness with Springday

Making a  difference – Owing to the pandemic, there has been a noticeable change in the way major  companies have been looking at their employee wellbeing strategies. Wellbeing has gone from being a nice-to-have to becoming a top priority.

In a very recent episode of The Unicorns Podcast hosted by Justin Kelly, Dipra Ray, Managing Director and CEO of Springday and mPort talks about employee wellbeing and the impact of COVID on corporate wellbeing.

Some key takeaways from this episode:

  • Springday has a holistic approach to wellbeing by assessing an employee’s wellbeing across five pillars – Physical, Social, Emotional, Financial and Career.
  • By running monthly campaigns based on trends and data-driven insights, it encourages people to look into different aspects of their wellbeing.
  • A very important aspect of Springday’s way of assessing wellbeing is keeping the data private. Every individual is assessed anonymously irrespective of which organisation they belong to.
  • Surveys conducted with various Springday clients show that individuals have greatly benefited from access to Springday’s hubs and campaigns and have been able to move forward towards a better and healthier life.

BRIDGING THE INTENTION-ACTION GAP WITH PROGRAMS

In our latest whitepaper, we deep dive into one of the biggest challenges of wellbeing initiatives – the intention-action gap. We propose a solution to bridge the gap using theoretical frameworks and examples from the Springday wellbeing platforms. Download this paper to learn how to drive more effective wellbeing programs.