HOW IT WORKS

Data-Driven

Complete your organization diagnosis

  • A simple questionnaire will be sent for you and your employees to complete
  • Gap analysis will be shared with you
Data-Driven

Receive proposed plan customised to your employees

  • Proposed plan will be based on your indicated budget
  • Employees will be able to pick and choose the benefits and well-being support they need the most
Data-Driven

Track engagements and ROI through employer dashboard

  • All data will be at an aggregated level
  • Align your employees' motivations and passions with the company's purpose and social impact
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USERS LOVE CHOYS

Jon, Silicon Apple

CHOYS team has been extremely thorough in the wellbeing gap analysis. It is a great solution for our team to improve their wellbeing and productivity.

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6 actionable ways to improve your employees wellbeing today

We have put together a list of strategies that are designed to improve employee wellbeing, in order to help retention in the long run.

1. Connect among each other with more gratitude

Whether it is as simple as sending a birthday wish to your colleague, or having that 5 minutes catchup to ask about their personal life. A little act could go a long way. Don’t ever feel shy to thank a colleague for a little act they did of the day on your workplace platform. Create the culture starting today.

2. Encourage A Healthy Work-Life Balance

Are you the type of organisation that has sky high expectations for your people and only focused with their performance numbers? For the workers, this can be detrimental to their wellbeing and could mean less time devoted to personal care, leisure activities, and family. It has been proven over and over again that performance is correlated with wellbeing almost at all times. Consider turning off the light earlier every Thursday or make “Wellnesdays” happen where the team collectively make an effort to show each other that wellbeing matters.

3. Salaries.. And benefits go a long way

It is often realised by the HR professionals that by the end of a recruitment process, there is an obvious power shift - the right talent will normally have options. And that is when companies are being judged on not only the market rate, but also the benefit packages. 39% of companies in this day and age offer mental health support for example. It is not something you could ignore, if want to stay competitive.

4. Positive Psychology at workplace

Culture and what the company offers in value and society impact is important for millennials and Gen Z. At the workplaces, not only should we make our people’s work more meaningful and provide them a growth encouraging environment, but also provide them with the right tools to do some self help whenever needed. Positive psychology is a series of courses to help the majority of human being in their day-to-day life. Consider sending one of your management to take some of the classes, it will not only help them be a better manager, but also will help your organisation have a internal expert in the topic that will benefit internal team bonding as well as outward facing activities, such as sales.

5. Communicate through company value

All companies should implement at least one employee centric value into their company mission and value. This will create a domino effect to encourage everyone to take care of themselves and each other, in order to dedicate to the companies as well as its served audiences/clients. Do a gap analysis to really understand whether the company value gels with your employees' personal values in life.

6. "Growth" is more than a buzz word

When it comes value, the younger generation are paying more attention to whether the company's mission gels with their own. Hence they will feel their wellbeing peak if everything is in line personally and professionally. Making people understand and truly "grow" with the organisation is the best way to indirectly help improve their lives.