Businesses are facing an epidemic of burnt-out workers, and the support they’re offering isn’t helping. Our solution uses behavioural science to drive wellbeing that’s inclusive, sustainable and practical.
Investment into wellbeing programs is growing and for good reason. Higher employee wellbeing results in a positive business impact.
A landmark study found that there was virtually no difference in monthly healthcare spend between employees who were enrolled in wellbeing programs compared with those who were not. So why aren't these programs working? Because they often target wellbeing outside of the office instead of putting that investment where it’s most needed: at work.
Watch as MindGym's Senior Director of Behavioural Science, Ceri Williams, reveals why traditional approaches to improving wellbeing are failing to help the people who need it most.
We reviewed and synthesized the research on healthy, sustainable motivation at work and arrived at five key drivers of great wellbeing. When these drivers are threatened, people experience increases in ‘illbeing’, and we see more people begin to struggle or even fall into crisis. Our goal is to both reduce illbeing and increase wellbeing for employees.
Certainty: I feel clear
Competence: I feel capable
Autonomy: I feel in control
Belonging: I feel valued
Purpose: I feel that my work matters