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To empower the employees and the organization to be the best version of themselves.

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The Readiness Gap

80% of organizations stated that worker well-being is very important for their success over the next 12–18 months, but only 12 % said they are very ready to address this issue. (Deloitte, 2020)


Stress and anxiety

84 % of people have reportedly experienced more stress and/or anxiety at work than any year (Oracle’s 2020 AI@Work Study).


Mental Health

Around 85 % of the surveyed people say mental health issues at work negatively affect their home life. In addition to that, a study identified that “36% of corporate India’s employees reported that their mental health worsened as they settled into the new style of working from home” (7th Fold, HR-firm, 2020).


Workplace Bullying

A survey by CareerBuilder.in identified that “ 55% of Indian Employees are bullied at the workplace”. In addition to that, a recent study identified “the deleterious effects of workplace bullying on employees as well as organizational well-being” (Gupta & Bakhshi, 2018, p. 117).


AI over humans:

In India, 92% of the surveyed are more comfortable talking about their mental issues with a robot than with a manager. That’s much higher than the global 68% of people who would prefer to talk to a robot over their manager about mental health at work. Also, 82% believe robots can support their mental health better than humans.



In a survey conducted in India over 1,000 people identified that “65% are spending an average 10 hours at work daily. That works out to putting in 40 additional hours every month”. In addition to that, “30% of Indian respondents stated that work-life balance has gotten harder over the last 4 years (Ernst & Young).


Aftermath of Employee well-being

Most common repercussions because of not having employee well-being programs were sleep deprivation (40%), poor physical health (35%), reduced happiness at home (33%), suffering in family relationships (30%), and isolation from friends (28%).


Lack of Corporate Wellness Program

It is costing Indian organizations up to $20 billion per year. Shockingly, for every rupee that is spent on employee wellness, employers get a saving of Rs.132.33 as savings on absenteeism costs and Rs. 6.62 back as reduced health care costs. (Assocham, 2018)

A survey by The7thFold revealed that 36% of Indian employees are suffering from mental health issues and 50% are worried about an uncertain future due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

Here are a few other sources of stress employees are facing:

Benefits of Corporate Wellness Program

Areas Covered

  • Stress
  • New Roles
  • Job Insecurity
  • Lack of Job Satisfaction
  • Bullying and Harassment
  • Reward and Recognition
  • Work-Life Balance
  • Issues from personal Life


  • Emotional Distress
  • Lifestyle Management
  • Grief and Bereavement
  • Trauma
  • Self Care
  • Yoga
  • Meditation
  • Relationship issues – Personal and Professional

Our Approach

Eclectic Approach

Focus on Overall Wellbeing

Developing a growth mindset

Services provided

Personalized Employee counseling

Assessments - Stress, Anxiety, Mood, Self esteem, etc

Group and Individual therapy Session

Group and Individual therapy Session


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