Yoga is considered to be one of the most important and effective tools available to overcome various physical and psychological issues.
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Insurers, employers and individuals can benefit from an integrated platform that drives meaningful behavioural change to lower cardiovascular disease and lifestyle risk.
Kimberley Wilson is a leading Psychologist and author of How to Build a Healthy Brain. Kimberley has created a new series on whole body mental health, which is available exclusively on Tictrac.
Coming back to the office will be a daunting prospect for many. Here are 6 ways you can improve employee engagement in the workplace during this transition.
While customer data may be important, the real benefits will go to those insurers able to access information that gives meaningful insights.
Languishing could be the next big threat to employee wellbeing and engagement. Here are 10 ways you can support your staff to help reduce the impact.
For those concerned about the return to work, there are several knock-on effects that could impact employee wellbeing.
As lockdown restrictions lift and employees return to work, social wellbeing needs to become a priority for employers who are looking to support mental health.
According to research, nearly 6 in ten employees (59%) would leave their current roles if employers did not support their values.
Our new experts Jessica and Niraj, unpack mental health in the workplace and share tools to help you manage and support employee mental health at work.
Findings reveal over half of workers (54%) feel increased pressure to always be online for work – a jump of 17% since May 2020.
As our working world and employees have adapted, it’s time that wellbeing strategies adapt too. We need to build back to better support employees as we look to a more positive future.
Understanding exactly what drives people to make lasting changes to their health risk is key to the success of any health management or wellbeing programme.
Saskia Sills, four-time Youth World Champion windsurfer, has truly triumphed against the odds having faced illness, injury and the pressures of study while windsurfing competitively.
Recent findings reveal that only a quarter of employers plan to keep up the wellbeing programmes they initiated during the pandemic.
Introducing Ellie Austin-Williams, our new expert-in-residence for financial wellbeing.
Sophie Coldwell, Team GB & Super League Triathlon triathlete, talks us through how she progressed, built momentum and developed her motivation over the years.
Former England Football player turned Commonwealth boxing champion, Stacey Copeland, talks us through her inspiring journey.
Marlie Packer – a professional rugby player, talks about balancing home-life with a successful rugby career, while battling injuries, depression and grief.
As many of us are still working from home amidst a new wave of the current COVID-19 pandemic, the reflections and exercises around flexibility at work are now more important than ever.
Born with congenital limb loss and deformity, Martin Perry knew he would face many obstacles in life. Learn more about his incredible journey to the Paralympics.
Isaac Chamberlain is one of UK’s top professional cruiserweight boxers and ambassador for Gloves Up Knives Down. Find out more about his story.
COVID-19 has turned the working world upside-down, and with it, our work-life balance. That’s why now is the perfect time to reflect on how you spend your working days to improve your wellbeing.
Verity Smith isn’t just a Team GB dressage rider. She’s also an author, a singer, and a songwriter. Keep reading to find out more about her story.
Max Thorpe talks us through his incredible journey and what he learnt along the way about nutrition, preparation and emotional and mental resilience.
With ongoing uncertainty and so much out of our control, we’re on a mission to help people with the one thing they can control— their own wellbeing.
Resident experts, Tara and Greg from Strength House, share some great tips you can use with your employees to help them stay comfortable after a long day at a desk.
Duncan Slater is a British veteran and double amputee whose story of grit, endurance, and absolute resolve in the face of adversity is nothing short of extraordinary.
Pen Hadow is a polar explorer and ocean conservationist, who never gave up on his journey to the North Pole.
With the these six small tips you’ll be on track to living a healthier lifestyle.
We’re proud to present a season of inspiration, motivation and dedication from a diverse group of some of the world’s most formidable athletes.
These five easy to implement strategies to manage stress in the workplace, will help your employees to become happier and more productive.
Dr. Steven takes us through his four top tips on how you can foster and maintain connection with your employees in the new normal of remote working.
We’re delighted to welcome Dr. Steven MacGregor to our team as our resident workplace wellbeing expert.
You may already know that physical exercise is great for your body, but did you know about the benefits it has on your mental health?
Tictrac and UCL have teamed up for a new study. The team will be testing digital environments, wearable devices, online accountability coaches, competitions, action plans and more, to find out how different approaches affect health and nutrition. The study will focus on two main questions: Using the social features of a digital product, are individuals […]
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