Be Well: Thirdera’s Holistic Approach to Employee Well-Being

July 17, 2023

“Be Well” is more than just a well-being program at Thirdera – it is a testament to the company’s recognition of the integral role that individual health and well-being play in overall productivity and performance. Available to all “eranauts” worldwide, “Be Well” aims to empower employees with the necessary tools and resources to proactively manage their health and well-being.

At its core, the “Be Well” program addresses four fundamental aspects of well-being: mental health, physical health, ergonomics, and social connectivity. Through webinars, videos, fitness challenges, and awareness campaigns, it supports employees in managing stress, maintaining physical fitness, optimizing their workstations, and building meaningful connections, particularly in a remote working environment.

A particularly noteworthy feature is the collaboration with LifeWorks, offering free, confidential counseling for employees and their families, alongside online learning programs and well-being assessments. The program is easily accessible via MS Teams, a mobile app, and a dedicated website.

Thirdera’s “Be Well” program truly puts the ‘human’ back in human resources, highlighting the company’s commitment to its people’s holistic well-being. By prioritizing personal health, Thirdera reinforces its mission to create a work environment where every employee can thrive, both personally and professionally.

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