Customer Spotlight: Sustainalytics Leverages Movember FUNraising and Gamification to Fuel Employee Engagement

Here’s a question our Customer Success team often receives:

How should we incorporate fun into our engagement programs?

At WeSpire, we believe fun is a powerful tool for motivating employees toward achieving positive impact goals. Our platform’s built-in game mechanics, social norming, and playful content infuses lightheartedness into our customers’ sustainability, well-being, and civic-service programs; programs that have historically been typecast as un-sexy or boring.
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A Happy New Year from the WeSpire team!

A New Year provides us all with the opportunity to look back at what we’ve accomplished over the previous 12 months, and at the same time look ahead to what we will accomplish in the 12 months ahead. As the WeSpire team looks back at 2015 we’re amazed at what our customers have been able to achieve harnessing the power of the WeSpire platform.
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Behavior Change, Positive Impact and Purposeful Work: There is no right way to do it

Across nearly every industry, the topic of impact’how to create it, contribute to it, and control it’is being talked about, presented on, strategized over, and increasingly, being scrutinized to measure. Sure enough, it was the topic of focus at last month’s Sustainatopia conference in Boston, arguably one of the largest gatherings of influential decision-makers and thought leaders in the world of sustainability.
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5 Best Practices for Implementing Successful Workplace Wellness Programs

According to Gallup, the annual per-person cost of lost productivity due to sick days is $28,800 among employees ranked with the lowest well-being scores. However, for those with the highest well-being scores, the per-person annual cost is only $840.

This huge cost differential is the reason why employers are increasingly focusing on robust workplace wellness programs. What’s more, when health and well-being are actively promoted in the workplace, companies are 2.5 times more likely to be viewed as top-performing organizations. As a result, meaningful well-being perks can help organizations attract and retain the best talent in the field and drive meaningful business outcomes.

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