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Top 5 Employee Wellness Companies in UK – 2020

In the last few years, employee wellness strategies have received greater acknowledgement and focus from companies and organisations worldwide. However, it’s only recently that there’s been a rise in wellness technology solutions to facilitate these corporate health initiatives. With so many different generations in the workforce and the presence of technology making it harder for employees to compartmentalize aspects of their lives, employers need wellness programs that help them maintain a work-life blend rather than a work-life balance. Besides, the days of focusing on biometric screenings and preventive care are fading out, and employers are investing more in programs that encompass the whole person and impact the overall environment.

With innovations like occupational health systems, AI, and incorporating big data, there is a rich opportunity for improving overall health. For example, wellness solutions that capture data can create a holistic overview of an employee’s health by sharing their well-being data at the workplace with their healthcare provider through an easy-to-use platform. Wellness with a one-size-fits-all approach is not as appealing anymore. To provide a personalised program, organisations need to offer alternate paths for the employee to either consider or be directed to, depending on the investment made in the overall program. Modern wellness technology can help businesses facilitate flexible working, like remote or part-time work schedules. By providing different options and handling everything through a digital platform that is accessible anywhere and at any time, remote workers can choose what works for them and stay involved in the company’s health initiative.

With the labour market tight and the workforce changing, employers are now looking to attract and retain younger talent by creating an attractive environment that appeals to all generations. Wellness success is hard to measure, so employers are looking at the overall value they are providing to their workforce rather than trying to connect some of these programs to health plan renewals. This approach is beginning to make the employee wellness program more engaging for employees.

Highlighting these new developments in the business landscape, HR Tech Outlook has compiled a list of leading employee wellness firms in the UK that are at the top of their game. The enlisted organisations are transforming employee health and wellness at the convergence of several disruptive technologies. Besides, the magazine also comprises insights from thought leaders in the sector on the industry trends, best practices, recent innovations, and their advice for the aspiring CIOs.

We present to you HR Tech Outlook’s “Top 5 Employee Wellness Companies in UK – 2020.”

Top Employee Wellness Companies in UK

Helping these organisations nurture a high performing wellbeing culture where employees feel trusted and valued is London-basedworkplace survey and recognition provider Great Place to Work UK (GPTW UK). Part of a global organisation, with the UK branch founded in 20010, GPTW UK offers an Excellence in Wellbeing accreditationprogramme. Thisprogrammehelps employers to proactively devise a robust wellbeing strategy by analysinganalyzing the employee’s’current wellbeing experience and identifying the workplace challenges faced by them. Furthermore, the Excellence in Wellbeing programme provides leading organisations that excel in wellbeing with official recognition.

www.greatplacetowork.co.uk

Boost Wellbeing Hands on Health UK

Boost Wellbeing   Hands on Health UK

Specialists in corporate onsite massage, health, wellbeing and stress management across the UK

Reframe

Reframe

Offers practical, emotional and clinical support to businesses, organisations and healthcare providers

Secondsight

Secondsight

Secondsight are a multi-award winning employee benefits, wellness and financial education specialist. Secondsight advise SMEs, larger employers, charity organisations and global brands, across different industry sectors.Working with over 350 corporate and charity clients, our teams advise on most aspects of employee benefits, including: financial education, pension advice and employee benefits provision, group risk, healthcare and wellbeing and benefits communication

Team Prevent UK

Team Prevent UK

Helps in improving employee well-being, deliver statutory compliance and reduce the cost of sickness absence