Beyond ROI: Building better wellness programs that work

The do’s and don’ts of workplace wellbeing Corporate wellness programs have already become an important aspect of the employee engagement and wellbeing mix, but the value these initiatives bring to organizations has come under increased doubt and scrutiny over the years. A 2018 study from the National Bureau of Economic Research states that there are…

Maintaining mental wellbeing as an entrepreneur

Though seemingly self-sufficient and resilient, entrepreneurs are particularly vulnerable to struggling with mental health challenges. A 2015 study for the University of California suggests that nearly a full half of people who start a company say they have struggled with some form of mental illness. Whether its anxiety, stress, or depression, the pressure of running…

LiveWell and General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR)

INTRODUCTION The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the latest in a series of EU parliamentary measures designed to put the highest levels of protection around personal data. This policy will come into effect in May 2018 as the most significant legal development in data protection in the last few decades. This policy affects all…

Platform communication

Communicating openly with your workplace community, recognizing them for good work, and giving them an avenue to share their ideas and interests will vastly improve your company’s bottom line. THE PROBLEM:The corporate world is revolutionizing the way they handle employee engagement programs and and benefits —starting with HR’s introduction of social platforms within the organization.…

Communicating company culture

THE CHALLENGE:Effectively cultivating company culture and communicating benefits and initiatives A top call center headquartered in Australia offered numerous engagement and wellbeing services to its Philippine office employees– including an onsite medical clinic, annual physical exams, HR benefits and incentives, and other ancillary programs for its 1,200 staff. Despite this, the program had not taken…

Reducing attrition and absenteeism

THE PROBLEM:In the BPO industry, employee turnover is one of the highest, often ranging from 60-120% per annum due to the stressful, monotonous, and restrictive nature of work. Every year health insurance providers increase coverage policies by 5-10%. It seems culturally accepted that disengagement, attrition, and absenteeism are the inevitable concerns surrounding many call centers.…

What is an Intranet?

What is an Intranet and why do you need one? Ever felt how challenging it is to communicate efficiently in the workplace? E-mails often get buried, company event invites don’t get responded to, policies and updates are not received and acknowledged, neverending access issues to file uploads and document management systems…it’s a real challenge indeed…

Gearing up for GDPR

On May 25, 2018, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) of the European Union will come into effect, making it the strictest data privacy law in the world. Undoubtedly the most significant legal development in data protection in the last few decades, the GDPR will affect all businesses that process the data of EU citizens,…

Website terms of use

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Power of a social platform: 5 problems LiveWell helps solve

Engagement is a puzzle that many organizations constantly try to solve. In most cases, a lot of the pieces are missing. While 90% of executives understand the importance of keeping employees engaged, fewer than 50% understand how to address this issue. LiveWell is a software tool that can help business solve the employee engagement puzzle.…

Character traits that great employees have in common

The success and failure of a business usually comes down to its employees. Nowadays, a company of any size does not only value intelligence. Information can always be taught. The most knowledgeable companies hire on future success and heavily weigh personality when determining the most apt employees. Regardless of industry, age, or gender, all ideal…