Kaido has today announced a strategic partnership with India-based employee engagement specialists Xoxoday
UK based Kaido, a leading provider of employee wellbeing programmes, has announced a strategic partnership with employee engagement specialists Xoxoday.
The partnership has been formed in response to the growing demand for employee wellbeing initiatives that are suitable for remote and distributed teams.
With 41% of employees feeling less connected to their company and colleagues as a result of the Coronavirus crisis, there has never been a more important time for employers to boost engagement whilst also providing vital wellbeing support.
Kaido allows businesses large and small to set up and run team-based Wellbeing Challenges that support employees to look after their physical and mental health in a fun and interactive way. The partnership will enable Xoxodays’ Empuls users to easily and securely access Kaido directly from the web or mobile application.
Commenting on the partnership, Rich Westman, CEO at Kaido said:
Both Kaido and Xoxoday have a collective mission of helping employers to build happy, healthy, and engaged workforces. We are delighted to be working with Xoxoday to expand our reach into APAC and bring our market-leading Kaido Challenges to employees around the world.
Ben O’Sullivan, Director, Xoxoday Europe added:
Business and HR leaders have long wished for better employee participation in wellness programs, but lack the right kind of resources to achieve this. The thought behind integrating Kaido's workplace health & wellness programme to our Empuls engagement solution is to provide for employee wellbeing but in a particularly fun, personalised and gamified manner.
Kaido is a B2B Health and Wellbeing Business. It provides an Employee Wellbeing Platform to companies and organisations of all sizes. It is most well known for it's "Health and Wellbeing Challenges" that focus on helping teams make small positive steps in their health. Kaido is used by the NHS, multinationals and small startups. More information can be found at https://kaido.org.