“The Firstbeat assessment is a good reminder of the importance of balancing the different parts of life.”
Delivering Better Healthcare: Watch the Video on how NHS Ambulance Workers Improved Their Well-Being
SentryOne from Huntersville, North Carolina underwent the Firstbeat Lifestyle Assessment for the third time this October. Here are the results.
Recovery and Productivity Increased by Lifestyle Assessment
Firstbeat partner Optima Life helped the employees of the NHS North West Ambulance Service to perform and cope better at work as well as in everyday life.
Assessing the Recovery of HR and Research Professionals
Marjo Huhtala, the founder of Mandare Oy, got her well-being tested with the Lifestyle Assessment, just at the time when she was starting her own business.
Over 1500 Lifestyle Assessments Made in Salo – And to Be Continued
HR and research professionals received information about their own recovery and the balance between working life, well-being and leisure.
“I Want That, at Least Once a Year, People Stop to Think about Their Coping Mechanisms”
As of Spring 2015 in the city of Salo, approximately 1500 Lifestyle Assessments had been performed along with nearly 300 follow-up measurements.
Individual Well-Being Plays an Important Role in Specialist Work
The executive team of City of Helsinki Sports Department participated in the Firstbeat Lifestyle Assessment three times already with more to come.
Lifestyle Assessment Carried TECA Through Organizational Changes
A follow-up measurement illustrated the effects of the lifestyle changes among the personnel of the Federation of Finnish Financial Services.
Lifestyle Assessment Paved the Way for Long-Term Development of Occupational Wellness
Monitoring stress and recovery during a hectic phase reminded the staff members of the importance of maintaining their wellness.
Information on Individual Well-Being Promotes Coping at Work
Firstbeat Lifestyle Assessment results encouraged the Ward to further develop occupational wellness in a comprehensive and determined manner.
General feedback on the employee well-being was relieving: The staff is coping normally which provides good grounds for further wellness development.