The Benefits of Having an End-to-End Partner

Even organisations that value employee health and wellness may not be able to implement health and wellness strategies on their own. Having an end-to-end, long-term partnership with health and wellbeing experts such as Vitality Works can aid in creating policies that will work. An end-to-end partner will:

  • ⦁ Assess your organisation’s health using world-class assessment tools and tests.
  • ⦁ Utilise proprietary tools to uncover insights into your team’s whole-person health and identify risks in your organisation.
  • ⦁ Get tailored solutions and deploy the right wellbeing programs to meet your organisation’s strategic objectives.
  • ⦁ Track the return on your health investment, and realise real business returns.

Often, organisations may find themselves with multiple companies, handling different parts of the job. An organisation may develop its health and wellness programs organically, adding vendors as it grows. But having a single partner makes sense, especially when one considers that all facets of employee health and wellness are inextricably linked. A single company is able to better gather health and wellness data, consolidate information, and analyse it, ultimately yielding better results.

An external partner is an expert specialist with in-depth and detailed knowledge regarding the intricacies of employee health and wellness. Health and wellness partners have the technology and processes already designed so that organisations can hit the ground running with already established frameworks.

 

How to Choose an End-to-End Partner

When it comes to choosing an end-to-end partner, you need an organisation that will work with you, and that will understand your needs. Your end-to-end partner should be able to provide the in-depth analysis and strategic management that your company requires for a robust health and wellness program. Consider the following:

  • ⦁ Take a look at the organisation’s programs. Will their plans mesh well with your company’s initiatives? Do they have the technology to support your needs?
  • ⦁ Ask for client testimonials. What are their clients saying about them? Reviews and testimonials give you an unbiased picture of the company’s operations.
  • ⦁ Review their case studies. Case studies give meaningful insight into what the organisation can truly do for a business.
  • ⦁ Look at their systems. Make sure they have systems in place with privacy protection and methodology for handling personal information and medical records.
  • ⦁ Examine their track record. How long have they been in business? Do they have experience with similar industries?
  • ⦁ Ask about their coverage. Are they suited to national, multi-site, or otherwise diverse demographics? Your organisation needs a system that can support it everywhere.
  • ⦁ Look for diverse competencies. The ideal partner will have capabilities across different areas: physical health, mental health, injury prevention, and more.
  • ⦁ Study their participation and engagement reports. Ask them what rates they were able to achieve; programs are only as good as the participation they create.

An end-to-end partner is going to need to establish a relationship with your organisation. And that means you need to have trust and respect. Find partners that are knowledgeable with your industry, and that can show that they have been able to provide clear results.

 

Introducing Vitality Works

At Vitality Works, we believe that a healthy business starts with healthy people. For over a decade, we have partnered with over 1,500 organisations in ANZ across a wide variety of industries and workforce demographics to reduce staff injuries, increase productivity, maximise participation and engagement, drive wellbeing outcomes and foster healthy cultures. Our workplace health programs span health assessment, health protection and health promotion and we are proud to be able to say that we have helped improve the lives of over 1,300,000 people along the way

In addition to providing best-in-class data protection, we also:

  • ⦁ Have reduced soft tissue injuries by up to 89% with our SafeSpine Injury Prevention Program.
  • ⦁ Have driven participation rates of up to 90% in our Digital Team challenges.
  • ⦁ Have delivered unmatched participation rates of 60% in our Influenza vaccination program.

Through Vitality Works, organisations can support employee health, and ultimately become healthier businesses. With safe, engaged, and well workforces, organisations can thrive even in the face of economic difficulty.

What challenges does it tackle?

Reducing onsite accidents

These cost Australian businesses $61.2B a year.

Reducing onsite accidents

These cost Australian businesses $61.2B a year.

Reducing onsite accidents

These cost Australian businesses $61.2B a year.

Reducing onsite accidents

These cost Australian businesses $61.2B a year.

How it works

Our qualified professionals coach and educate your team to recognise your body’s warning signs that signal it’s time for a physical and mental reset. Delivered onsite, your team can put theory into action within their own work environment, which increases uptake and memorability while recruiting champions from within your team helps the change become part of the culture.

We understand every workplace is unique, so we use a 4-step approach to understand exactly where we need to focus.