23rd February 2021, London (UK), Dubai (UAE).
WellWise and Research by Design (RbD) are delighted to announce a strategic partnership that will significantly accelerate the speed of development of global workplace wellbeing benchmarks across key professions including accountancy, finance, medical, healthcare, consulting, teaching, law, engineering and others.
WellWise Chief Executive, Tim Daplyn, commented “This is a hugely exciting partnership that we believe will prove to be a pivotal moment in the global understanding of workplace wellbeing. In particular, many traditional professions and white-collar working environments are facing huge pressure to adapt and survive. This partnership will allow us to combine WellWise’s ground-breaking diagnostics system with RbD’s historical normative data. The power of this insight into the professions will prove invaluable to those organizations wanting to understand the scale of the challenge they face and to replace failing piecemeal interventions with a coherent and effective strategy. That shift can and will transform workplace wellbeing from a perceived cost centre to a clear contributor to bottom-line performance.”
WellWise are workplace wellbeing optimizers. We take a radically different approach to workplace wellbeing. Our unique model has been designed using the latest research, data and our own experience to uncover the hidden personal, cultural and structural factors that undermine the effectiveness of failing workplace wellbeing programs and initiatives. Our proprietary diagnostics system delivers strategic clarity, drives return on investment and unleashes the superpowers of your people.
Research by Design (RbD) have been the global leaders in member insight for professional membership associations for over 25 years. During this time they have accumulated unparalleled expertise and normative data on key workplace wellbeing indicators across a wide range of professions. Current UK clients include British Medical Association, Royal College of Nursing, Royal College of Psychiatrists, The Institution of Chemical Engineers, Chartered Institute of Arbitrators, The Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents and many others.