Stravito teams up with Lägereld to improve employee well-being

Stravito founders Thor Olof Philogene and Sarah Lee. Image credit: Press photo.

Stockholm-based knowledge management solution provider Stravito has partnered with Lägereld, the user-friendly mental health platform, to provide mental health support for employees.

Stravito and Lägereld collaborate to enhance workplace well-being by integrating Lägereld’s user-friendly mental health support platform seamlessly into Stravito’s internal operations, to foster supportive work environments and empower employees to access confidential mental health resources.

Stravito founder and chief of staff Sarah Lee realised the importance of providing employees with mental health support after the company transitioned to remote work during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“I immediately realised that we needed support to monitor how our employees were doing in a time when everyone was working behind screens,” Lee said.

While looking for a new Employee Net Promoter Score (eNPS) service provider, Lee came across Lägereld, whose straightforward survey process minimises time commitment for employees and managers. Its system protects employee privacy, which Lee said was important.

Data-driven well-being strategies

Lee has been using Lägereld’s service for a year and a half. She finds the ability to gain insights at various levels particularly useful. Other than providing a general sense of employee well-being, Lägereld also monitors individual teams and different regions.

Lee said employees appreciate the ease and effectiveness of the surveys, with a general response frequency often reaching 60 percent. The surveys provide valuable data for managers to track trends and identify potential issues.

Lägereld delivers monthly survey results, in which Stravito gains an average of over 4 out of 5 points on all parameters. Lee attributes the high scores to a combination of recruitment practices and a commitment to fostering and nurturing a positive organisational culture.

Mental health problems can have a considerable impact on the economy, as they can lead to lost productivity and increased healthcare costs. The COVID-19 pandemic amplified this problem. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), anxiety and depression grew by 25 percent worldwide in the first year of the pandemic. The European Commission also identified a 22 percent increase in loneliness in the EU.

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