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HR’s little helper

Welbot, the digital interventions app that seeks to improve workplace wellbeing by addressing posture, flexibility, mood, nutrition and productivity, is celebrating a successful development trial with Seiko Epson in which employees who used the app daily for a period 12 months recorded an 8% increase in positive mood and a 20% decrease in negative mood.

Commenting on the trial, Ethan Kelly-Wilson, Epson Senior HR Manager EMEAR, said: “We have been involved with Welbot since the very beginning and it has now become a cornerstone of our internal wellbeing initiatives. We have seen a reduction in both private medical claims and musculoskeletal sickness since we started our activities.”

In a separate study, the University of Strathclyde’s Physical Activity for Health team found that Welbot users were less sedentary than before and experienced a marked drop in depression, anxiety and stress.

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