Welltok’s Brand New Vibe

It’s been a doozy of a year for all of us, but the challenges 2020 has raised are only reinforcing Welltok’s purpose: to drive actions that improve peoples’ total wellbeing. To emphasize our passion around this mission, you may have noticed a new look and feel that matches the energy that we are putting behind helping you and your consumers not just survive, but thrive.

Join our health activation movement with this refreshed brand, messaging and spirit! Check out some highlights below.

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Employees are Seeking Financial and Emotional Support at an Astounding Rate

Experts are warning of an impending mental and financial health crisis as the pandemic persists. Leading employers nationwide are getting ahead of it by strengthening their wellbeing programs with timely resources – and it’s paying off. Welltok has reported staggering completion rates of 70-94% for COVID-related wellbeing programs by both essential and remote employees.

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What is Financial Wellness?

Health and wealth are intimately related – and as employers look for ways to move forward in a COVID world, the need for financial stability and support cannot be ignored. This is why Welltok and Prudential Financial have partnered up to provide employers with the integrated wellbeing approach they desire. Learn more about financial wellness below AND join this interactive session for more on how the pandemic is creating financial distress and how you can provide support.

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3 Tips for More Successful Flu Vaccine Programs

As we enter the last few weeks of summer, many of us are savoring one last beach trip, barbecue, and bonfire before the days start getting shorter, and kids go back to school. But as healthcare professionals, we know that August also means it's time to start preparing for the upcoming flu season.

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Wellbeing vs. Wellness: Is There Really a Difference?

When it comes to corporate wellness programs, wellness and wellbeing are often used interchangeably. But for those of us in the business, we know there’s a big difference.

    • Corporate wellness programs typically focus on a person’s physical state—think activity challenges and step trackers.
    • Corporate wellbeing programs are much more comprehensive, supporting not only physical health but also mental, financial and social health too.  
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