Introducing AmaraHealth™, a holistic health and wellbeing app where employees can input, track, monitor and improve their own health and wellbeing, as well as benefit from a library of relevant original written content and optional gamification.
Employers can take pride in deploying a whole-person solution to health and wellbeing for their workforce; whilst benefitting from anonymised trend data, to truly understand the health and wellbeing of their employees.
Many areas of an individual’s overall health are interconnected and need to be addressed as a whole. AmaraHealth™ is designed to do exactly that, in a safe, secure and confidential manner.
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The Priority Platform
Our proprietary platform supports the health and wellbeing of your employees through a range of personalised, nationally accredited lifestyle assessments, with individualised pathways for each user.
These assessments will identify key health and wellbeing areas that need addressing in the workplace – whether that's alcohol, smoking, drugs, diet or more.
When it comes to health and wellbeing support, the time is always right. Health and wellbeing enormously impacts upon an individual's happiness, quality of life, and productivity levels.
Typically, the average adult spends around a third of their waking hours at work, giving employers an ideal opportunity to promote a healthy working culture.
Realistically, It’s no secret that workplaces must do more to support their employees with their health and wellbeing, but it is an urgent necessity.
The Labour Force Survey
reported that there were 828,000 workers suffering from work-related stress, depression or anxiety (new or longstanding) in 2019/20. And 17.9 million working days lost due to work-related stress, depression or anxiety in 2019/20.
Our digital products are designed to fight this problem and form part of the solution.
“Good worker health contributes to high productivity and successful enterprises which supports economic prosperity, and the social wellbeing and wealth of communities”
World Health Organisation: Healthy Workplace Framework and Model, 2009