The Podfit Wellbeing Apps are packed full of features, specifically designed to support hybrid or home workforces to improve movement, eating, drinking, thinking and sleeping, which will help to increase productivity.
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The Podfit Toolkit For Home Workforces
Does it worry you that on average, only 5-10% of employees engage in your wellbeing programme? Do you know what the 3 huge human behavioural psychology barriers, that prevent your workforce from engaging are? Furthermore, do you know the ONLY solution to overcoming them? Two thirds of your workforce will have at least one of these barriers and a third will have all three, so unless you really understand those human behavioural barriers and the only solution, you will never have an engaging, diverse home workforce wellbeing programme and your staff your business will suffer because of it.
Podfit livestream is a stand alone product with a stand alone bespoke app to handle a zoom style video conferencing system. It is appointment based, with push and email reminder notifications and the sessions are fully interactive with an instructor who can see the participants, talk with them and correct their form. The Wellbeing livestream is led by an instructor and participants can send chat, but the instructor does not have access to the participants video or audio. Both have their merits, its really up to you to decide the best option for your business.
Yes. If you want to purchase one service for some employees and another service for others, that is normal and we can cater for this hybrid model easily.
There are two main ways to access the online content. The first and easiest way is via the Podfit Wellbeing App. The second is via the Podfit website with appropriate login credentials.
Classes run between 6am and 8pm and there are 66 weekly classes
A which is a unique system to support your employees and to help them move well, eat well, drink well, think well and sleep well. Fromm increasing engagement, to identifying departmental wellbeing warriors to support your ongoing needs,
Week 1: Implementation Intention mastermind. Learn how to get more of your workforce exercising at home. Love it or hate it, there are numerous studies showing how exercise improves both physical and mental wellbeing – and increases happiness.
Week 2. A recent workplace wellbeing report found that employees' emotional wellbeing has been negatively affected. One of the most obvious signs of negative emotional behaviour is eating poorly. Discover a simple nutritional strategy designed to combat emotional eating.
Week 3. Burnout due to balancing work/life is a new challenge and anxiety is at an all time high for remote workforces. The guilt of putting on the washing at 10am, the blurred lines of work/life that sees emails being sent at 1am and the knock on effect of that email, with other colleagues who think they should be working at 1am too. 70% of organisations do not help employees improve sleep habits. Discover the the use of mindfulness and improved sleep, along with exercise can reduce anxiety.
Week Four: Identifying departmental workplace warriors and discovering the best ways to market your programme. You can’t do this alone, so let’s identify and engage with some of your workforce and work with them with their needs.
Week 5. Bad habits make time your enemy. Good habits make time your ally. Learn how to help your workforce with the power to build long lasting lifestyle change.
Week 6. 93 percent of UK employees feel more lonely and less connected to their colleagues and nearly 50 percent of remote employees rate their social wellbeing negatively. Learn how the use of challenges and communities can help your workforce to be more connected.
Yes, both programme are independently purchase, however if you purchase the Wellbeing Warrior Strategy and decide not to purchase this for your workforce, they will get a still get a huge discount.