Find out how your people are coping WFH during the crisis with free access to WeThrive for our key partners and their members.

Quickly uncover how your people really feel

With the current crisis it has never been more important to find out how your staff are feeling.

We want to do our bit to help businesses get through this  – that’s why you can get our platform for free until the end of May 2021.

People are not used to working remotely, it can cause all sorts of issues – both practical and emotional. Send them our WFH survey and see how you can help them thrive in these challenging times.

Revitalise your people and business

The instant your survey closes you can get to work right away on the ‘quick wins’.

Our reports will show you precisely how people are doing and give you clear specific recommendations for how to help them thrive WFH. All the easy to follow recommendations are supported with curated learning content for maximum impact.

Come out of lockdown stronger!

WeThrive is the only engagement tool on the market that tells you and your managers specifically how to adapt to managing people WFH.

With psychological wellbeing and productivity indicators you will be able to keep your fingers on the pulse of your business whilst navigating the ‘new normal’ we are moving towards.

Staff retention rises by 19% using WeThrive

“WeThrive gave Personal Group the ability to match the outcomes of the survey to the actual results of performance meaning they we were able to quickly manage concerns before they are escalated.”

Rebekah Tapping, HR Director, Personal Group

We were so pleased with our response rate of nearly 100%

“The survey tools I’ve used previously have been really hard work in comparison to WeThrive with lots of rules regarding what you could and couldn’t do. WeThrive is incredibly user friendly and very straightforward to set up, we got a response rate of nearly 100%, so we were really pleased.”

Cathryn Petchey, HR Director, Mulberry

WeThrive is invaluable to us

“What WeThrive does is drive a different sort of conversation. So conversations become about people and their feelings, as opposed to colleagues and their transactions. It becomes a much more human conversation… and that is invaluable to us.”

Hannah Leach, Internal Communications Director, Carnival