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HR - unofficial lawyer, therapist, party planner, teacher, peacemaker and miracle worker. It’s funny because it’s true. You’re busy people - we understand - which is why GoJoe as a benefit saves you time and makes you look good.
Unlike step challenges, GoJoe runs highly engaging team-based movement challenges that are fully inclusive, sync with wearables and contain all activity types (not just steps).
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Use our unique global app to engage your entire workforce all year round with features including movement challenges, content, webinars, blogs, mental health resources, EAP, insurance products and more.
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increased positive intent towards the employer (which impacts retention)
increased employee engagement rate (up to x4 higher than regular employee engagement platforms)
of employees feel more socially connected after using GoJoe
of employees are more motivated by activities than steps
Its no secret - we’re all about the movement.
To perform at your best, you need to feel at your best.
We take your tired, overstretched employees and teach them the art of resting.
Fuel for the body, fuel for the mind.
We drive engagement with our tongue in cheek approach and social features. Creating a social fitness experience that employees want to be a part of, with an employee benefit that spans across all pillars of wellbeing.
With a quick, easy set up and launch programme and ongoing support (with an actual person, not a helpline) we’ll save you precious company time and resources.So that you can get back to your miracle working ;)
We’re used by humans, some of whom happen to be employees. If an app is good enough, people will use it. Whether in or out of work.
A global staff wellbeing challenge across 60+ countries and over 2,000 staff - this one was fun. One of the Thailand teams won, if you're asking.
A global virtual Summer Games, involving 13 countries, with double Olympic gold-medallist Alistair Brownlee MBE famously captaining Team Netherlands. They didn't win.
Our retail friends ran what they called "the best thing they'd ever done".
Sanctuary Care wanted to celebrate Black History Month...so we created a custom challenge which enabled the staff to engage with a really inspirational historical figure as part of a collective fitness challenge.
We partnered with Mind, Rutland Cycling and Dani King MBE (Team GB medalist) to deliver a national campaign for families to get moving, and raise money for charity.