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Inspirus Expands First Fully-Integrated Well-being Solution, Announces Inspirus Well-being at HR Technology® Conference & Exposition

Posted by Cara Pilgrim

October 10, 2017 at 6:30 AM

Fort Worth, Texas (October 10, 2017) Enhancing the Sodexo commitment to actualizing Quality of Life services worldwide, Inspirus, a leader in the employee engagement and recognition industry for over a century is thrilled to announce the launch of Inspirus Well-being. Centered on employee choice and long-term behavior change, Inspirus Well-being is the first fully-integrated solution to offer 32 unique habit pathway programs that leverage the power of learning, recognition, events and contextual rewards – tying the employee experience together and supporting well-being goals.

Inspirus Well-being provides employers a comprehensive coaching-based solution that improves employee well-being, engagement and productivity. Those attending the HR Technology® Conference & Exposition in Las Vegas this week, October 10-13, will have the opportunity to experience Inspirus Well-being first-hand by visiting booth 2159.

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Topics: Wellness, HR Technology, Health and well-being, quality of life, Inspirus Well-being, LifeDojo, solution, coaching, habits

Inspirus Recognized as a 2016 American Heart Association Fit-Friendly Worksite

Posted by Cara Pilgrim

August 16, 2016 at 9:00 AM

FORT WORTH, Texas – (August 16, 2016) The American Heart Association has again recognized Inspirus as a Platinum-Level Fit-Friendly Worksite and recipient of the Worksite Innovation Award.

“As a leader and innovator in the employee engagement industry, we practice what we preach, providing programs and activities that engage our employees every single day,” says Lesa Blakey, vice president of human resources and culture. “Because wellness programs pay a vital role in employee engagement, we take this very seriously at Inspirus. Being recognized for it for three consecutive years is an honor.”

The Fit-Friendly Worksites program is a catalyst for positive change in the American workforce, helping worksites make their employees’ health and well-being a priority. Criteria for the advanced Platinum-Level Fit-Friendly Worksite recognition include: offering employees physical activity options in the workplace; promoting a wellness culture at work; increasing healthy eating options at the worksite; and demonstrating measurable outcomes related to workplace wellness. The elite Worksite Innovation Award is available only to companies that have creatively implemented programs to promote physical activity in the workplace in addition to achieving high-level Fit-Friendly criteria.

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Topics: Wellness, employee wellness programs, Well-being, Employee Engagement, Fitness, Health

Inspirus to Reveal New Employee Engagement Platform: Bringing Together Recognition and Rewards, Learning, Well-being, Safety, and More

Posted by Charlla Feller-Davis

October 16, 2015 at 8:00 AM

New Technology Expected to Disrupt Perceptions About Employee Engagement

FORT WORTH, Texas (Oct. 16, 2015) Inspirus, an HR technology company focused on employee engagement, is excited to unveil this weekend its new comprehensive employee engagement platform. The technology is designed to bring together a full spectrum of initiatives typically siloed in disparate solutions across the organization.

Inspirus’ new platform combines employee recognition, global rewards, learning, well-being, safety, surveys and assessments, and community involvement. Those attending the HR Technology® Conference & Exposition in Las Vegas, Oct. 18 to 21, will get the first look at this disruptive new platform.

Inspirus will demonstrate the new platform through a mobile application at booth 2635.  Come see how Inspirus brings joy to work, one experience at a time.

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Topics: Wellness, Community, Well-being, Mobile-centric Learning, Rewards and Recognition, Learning, Employee Engagement, Safety, Surveys, Engagement Platform, HR Technology, Game-Based Approach to Learning, Micro-Learning

Inspirus to Unveil Comprehensive Employee Engagement Platform at Upcoming HR Technology® Conference & Exposition

Posted by Charlla Feller-Davis

October 12, 2015 at 8:00 AM

New Technology Expands Its Employee Engagement Technology and Program Reach

FORT WORTH, Texas — (Oct. 12, 2015) Inspirus, an HR technology company focused on employee engagement, plans to unveil a new comprehensive employee engagement platform at the HR Technology® Conference & Exposition in Las Vegas, which runs from Oct. 18 to 21. Inspirus representatives will demonstrate the new platform at booth 2635.

The consolidated solution brings together employee recognition, global rewards, casual learning, well-being, safety, surveys and assessments, and community under a single technology umbrella — a first for the industry.

Inspirus recently announced the addition of learning to its offerings that affect employee engagement outcomes. The new capabilities were made possible by acquiring Wavicle, a next-generation learning technology company in New York.

The Wavicle acquisition positioned Inspirus to expand its employee engagement technology and program reach, giving it the ability to take engagement a step further.

“The time has come for a solution that brings together all of these HR components to deliver an unprecedented solution that drives employee engagement,” said Pete Chambers, Inspirus chairman and chief executive officer. “We plan on making a major impact on our industry. This is exactly what people have been talking about for some time — a platform that ties it all together and moves employee engagement to the forefront for business leaders.”

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Topics: Wellness, Community, Well-being, Casual Learning, Mobile-centric Learning, Rewards and Recognition, Learning, Employee Engagement, Safety, Surveys, Engagement Platform, HR Technology, Global Rewards

Inspirus Adds New Application-based Learning Platform to Drive Employee Engagement

Posted by Charlla Feller-Davis

October 1, 2015 at 8:11 AM

New Platform Blends Learning, Recognition, Well-being, Safety, and a Company’s Community 

FORT WORTH, Texas — (Oct. 1, 2015) Inspirus, an HR technology company focused on employee engagement, announces the addition of a casual learning platform that integrates with its employee recognition and engagement offering.

The new mobile-centric learning platform is designed to create enthusiastic learners and more-productive organizations by making it easier to retain new knowledge and essential skills. A recent Inspirus market survey shows that 78 percent of organizations want to significantly update their programs and practices to improve employee engagement, with learning playing a critical role.

“We know that it takes more than just rewards and recognition to drive employee engagement, which is why we are thrilled to add an innovative learning component to our platform,” said Pete Chambers, Inspirus chairman and chief executive officer. “Our goal is to blend learning, recognition, wellness, safety, and a company’s community functions to unlock meaningful and measurable engagement.”

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Topics: Wellness, Community, Well-being, Casual Learning, Mobile-centric Learning, Rewards and Recognition, Learning, Employee Engagement, Safety, Engagement Platform, HR Technology

Inspirus Recognized as an American Heart Association Fit-Friendly Worksite

Posted by Lauren Thorne

February 5, 2015 at 11:33 AM

Inspirus Recognized as an American Heart Association Fit-Friendly Worksite
2014 Platinum-Level Fit-Friendly Worksite

 FORT WORTH, Texas – (Feb. 5 , 2015) Inspirus recently received the Platinum Fit-Friendly Worksite and Worksite Innovation awards, by the American Heart Association, for helping employees eat better and move more. “We are honored to be awarded this status by the American Heart Association and are committed to providing the best workplace environment possible. This will benefit our employees’ health and produce even more positive results for our worksite overall,” says Vice President of Human Resources and Accounting, Lesa Blakey. “Physical activity and employee wellness are important priorities at Inspirus.”

The Fit-Friendly Worksites helps worksites make their employees’ health and well-being a priority. Wellness programs prove time and time again to be an effective way to engage and encourage employees to make healthier lifestyle choices and become more active to fight off heart disease and obesity. At Inspirus we implement our own wellness programs to help our employees lead healthier and more active lives. Throughout the year, Inspirus offers challenges and programs like daily Zumba classes, water challenges, fruit and veggie challenges and our annual Weight Loss Wars to bring awareness to employees about their health and nutrition. Inspirus is dedicated to promoting wellness and encouraging our employees to make healthier choices and become more active. We want to stop heart disease and other ailments in their tracks and keep our employees healthy.

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Topics: Corporate Culture, work-life-integration, Wellness, Community, employee wellness programs, Well-being