CHENNAI: Joye, a Singapore-based wellbeing technology company, has partnered with Microsoft to bring an engaging mental fitness capability to the users of Microsoft Teams, globally. This timely innovation for the post-pandemic hybrid workplace will help millions of employees prevent burnout and improve their mental health and productivity.
With studies finding that mental wellbeing has a significant impact of 35% on productivity, and inspired by how ‘10,000 steps’ revolutionised physical fitness a decade ago, Joye weaves mental wellbeing into daily work-life to help users build and sustain a mental fitness habit. Microsoft Teams administrators can easily turn Joye on for the organisation with a single click from the Teams’ app store.
“Joye analyses your work patterns in Microsoft Teams with extreme privacy and delivers timely suggestions to measure and manage your wellbeing when you may need it the most. This is empowering every employee in the hybrid workplace – especially when they are lonely, overworked and stressed,” said Sanjeev Magotra, founder and CEO of Joye.
For example, Joye’s Stress Busters are 2-minute breathing techniques to streamline the mind at that critical time when Joye senses that there is a high probability that stress may be affecting the user’s mental fitness and decision-making.