Questions to Help You Map Out how Sworkit Fits your Wellness Plans
Since every company has a different wellness plan with different goals and benefits, we want to make sure you're getting the most out of your Sworkit corporate membership.
How does Sworkit fit into our wellness plan?
What are our goals with offering Sworkit? In other words, what are we aiming to achieve by offering Sworkit?
Who is currently promoting Sworkit at the company and why?
Is there anyone else outside of HR that would be a great wellness advocate or champion?
How can wellness and fitness become a normal, integral part of your culture?
Making the Most of your Sworkit Corporate Membership
How are other companies partnering with Sworkit as their go-to fitness solution to fit their unique wellness benefits and plan?
Below, are a few examples from our clients that made Sworkit work for them.
Here's how they did it:
Jet It wanted to offer a fitness solution for its on-the-go clients and employees. We worked with them to showcase workouts that could be completed anywhere, at any time, without having to go to a gym and spend an hour on a workout. In addition, the CEO ran a “Beat the CEO” challenge, to increase participation and encourage the adoption of fitness as a healthy habit.
Classic Developments specializes in the development of residential, commercial, and industrial properties around New Zealand. Their main challenge was to find a way for employees to compete with one another and track their progress using leaderboards and metrics, especially during the winter months. To kick things off right, in their first two months as our client, they ran 3 challenges back to back.
Sworkit partners with Incorta’s Egypt location to provide an accessible fitness solution for remote engineers and customer service team members with varying schedules. Since their launch, Incorta leadership has led the charge through constant communication and assistance with application access. Our challenge leaderboard feature that provides real-time results plus Incorta’s strong analytical skills is the perfect combination for a successful challenge.
Charleston County Parks & Rec wanted an app with access to a variety of workouts.
Their staff is a mix of in-office, remote, or traveling employees who travel from park to park. Their strategy included multiple reminders or various channels beginning 1 month prior to launch.