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Mental Health is Real
Good mental health, like good physical health, is important to human wellbeing. As the World Health Organization (WHO) puts it, ‘Mental health is an integral part of health; indeed, there is no health without mental health’. And the mental health of employees is a critical element in the success of any organisation.
Workplace Stress and Absenteeism Among Key Findings in Workplace Options Wellbeing Study
Workplace Options (WPO), a global provider of integrated employee wellbeing solutions, today announced key findings from its wellbeing study. The study measured 24,000 participants over a three-month period and was focused on employee mental health issues. The findings are part of an initiative that WPO plans to share quarterly to identify global workplace wellbeing trends.
The Stress Pandemic at Work: What We Learned from Consumer Data
In this joint report by Workplace Options (WPO) and ReMark, we explore ReMark’s 2020 Global Consumer Survey (GCS) on health and wellness and WPO’s practical stress counselling data to shed light on stress at work—and why staying positive is bigger than a battle of the mind.
Workplace Options Introduces Revive, a Specialised Programme to Support Employees Experiencing Burnout
Contact: Dalal Kheder Dalal.firstname.lastname@example.org +1 (416).648.2615 Raleigh, NC (16 April 2021) Workplace Options announced the launch of Revive, a specialised programme to assist employees experiencing or at risk of burnout through a combination of live counselling and coaching sessions. The nature of the COVID-19 pandemic has brought on an unprecedented level of challenges…
More and more organisations provide their employees and their families with an Employee Assistance Programme (EAP). Never heard of it? An EAP is a service
that supports employees and managers in their mental, emotional, physical and practical wellbeing. By doing so, you show as an organisation that your employees’ wellbeing really matters. Throughout the year, employees can contact a team of professionals, around the clock and free of charge, for a listening ear or a helping hand. The support is both curative and preventive, and deals with work-related problems, stress management, healthy nutrition and also provides support if you are worried about your children or your partner, who can also contact the EAP themselves. This way, the EAP relieves at the same time the HR team and the internal service that cannot be available 24/7.
Workplace Options Introduces Adapt, an Organizational Resilience Tool to Assess the Impact of Workforce Wellbeing and Performance
Workplace Options announced the launch of its Adapt organizational resilience questionnaire to help organizations assess the impact of COVID-19 on workforce wellbeing and performance as they take steps toward reopening. The COVID-19 pandemic has tested the limits of many organizations’ stress levels and resilience, as employees and managers deal with uncertainty. With reopening underway at different rates…
Workplace Options announces today, a new position that has been created in response to a period of rapid growth and expansion for the company. Jean-Baptiste (JB) Gruet, a 12-year veteran of Workplace Options and a member of the Board of Directors, has been named as the organization’s first Chief Revenue Officer, with global revenue responsibility.
Workplace Options’ acquisition of Rehalto will bring new benefits to clients of both organizations
Workplace Options, the leading provider of integrated global employee wellbeing solutions, announces today that it has acquired Rehalto, a European pioneer in the development of workplace wellbeing, from SCOR, the world’s 5th largest reinsurance company.