The annual cost of chronic disease-related absences to US employers.
Higher absenteeism among disengaged employees.
Lower productivity among disengaged employees.
Today’s workforce is looking for companies that prioritize employee well-being and social responsibility. Workplace wellness programs are a practical and effective way to support your employees and encourage engagement.
Givhero is an employee wellness program and reward solution that connects your wellness initiatives with charitable giving, so you can invest in both your employees and your community.
Rather than reward participation with gift cards or company swag, Givhero harnesses the power of intrinsic motivation. Each time an employee completes a wellness goal, such as being active for 20 minutes/day, or taking 5 minutes to meditate, they raise money for the causes they care about.
Stop chasing after your employees to join your company wellness initiatives.
Get your employees moving with healthy activities and inspired by meaningful causes.
Get rid of spreadsheets, data entry and technology support.
Onboard staff with one-tap and get reports sent to you weekly.
Make your charitable dollars go further.
Get healthy employees while also supporting your local community.
Delivered to you weekly, providing details of employee engagement, and goal achievement, to reduce long-term insurance costs
Simplifies wellness program management, reduces administration and workload
Streamlines program implementation
and saves onboarding time and effort
Validates data and avoids manual data entry
Meet employees where they are on their health journey
Keeps employees motivated and engaged by displaying goal achievements
Communicate directly with employees, to keep them updated and motivated, and send digital coupons to reward great results
Explore multiple areas of well-being. For example - Be Active for 20 Minutes + Make A Healthy Meal + Meditate for 10 mins
Head People Person/Chief Responsibility Officer
The Brick Companies
TBC has a workforce scattered over many properties, projects and states. Our workforce has diverse roles where staff can be working in the office or onsite maintaining the facilities and communities that we serve.
Assistant Marketing Manager
Our firm has been participating in step challenges for many years and it has become increasingly more difficult to facilitate these programs as our company grows in size.
President and CEO
We are a small business. We always wanted to have a wellness program but lack of dedicated staff and cost to implement was always a deterrent in implementing any program. Also, we were never strategic about our charitable giving.
Be a leader in employee wellness, employee experience, and social responsibility.